DSP News

Lola Montez is back

Written in 1957, LOLA MONTEZ is the most commercially successful Australian musical with an original score of all time. Now, 60 years since its final performance, Lola is back!

School Musical News

 Find out which were the most popular DSP Musicals of 2017.

Also see how schools have staged them. Read our newsletter here

New Release : Ned the Musical

DSP is excited to release the rights to Ned the Musical.

Described by Stage Whispers Magazine as the greatest completely Australian musical ever.

Sample the score and read the script here.

We Will Rock You

Community theatres in Australia and New Zealand will be the first in the world to stage Queen and Ben Elton’s world-wide smash hit We Will Rock You.

Since 2002 over 16 million theatregoers in 28 countries have been thrilled by this awe-inspiring production featuring 24 of Queen's best known and biggest songs. The musical broke records and ran for twelve years in London's West End.

The musical has only previously been seen on professional stages or in schools.

Real Housewives: The Musical

Read and listen our new release musical comedy from Los Angeles.

Real Housewives(of your locality) : The Musical.

Click here.

New Zealand Rock Musical

 DSP is excited to announce the release of Aotearoa : A New Zealand Rock Musical.

Read all about it and other productions taking place in New Zealand here.

School Musical News


Read all about what High Schools have been achieving with DSP shows and the latest on new releases at this link.

New Catalogue



Order your free 2017 catalogue of plays and musicals here.

Lots of new releases.

New Musical Release: The Snow Queen

 An exciting new release is a musical adaptation of the Grimm Fairy Tale that inspired the Disney movie Frozen.

This punk rock adaptation is available as a full length show and theatre for young people.

Listen to the music and order your perusal here.

New Musical Release: The 12 Dancing Princesses

 Based on the fable by the Grimm Brothers this delightful new musical is available for perusal now here.

Written in 2015 it will be performed in 2017 by the Brisbane Arts Theatre.