DSP News

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.

Lend Me A Tenor : The Musical.


We are thrilled to commence representation of this critically acclaimed West End musical based on the Tony Award winning play.

Order your perusal here

Song Contest: The Almost Eurovision Experience.



New Release: Song Contest : The Almost Eurovision Experience. On stage until May 1 at the Alex Theatre in St Kilda. Book your tickets here. Order your free perusal here.

Three Plays by Frank Hatherley

Congratulations to Frank Hatherley on the publication by DSP of three of his best plays.

Open for Inspection - a farce, Manly Mates - a comedy and My Henry Lawson - a drama.

Order your compendium now.


Vale Jon English

David Spicer Productions was saddened, along with millions of Australians, at the untimely passing of Jon English.

The actor/singer/writer/composer died unexpectedly at the age of 66.

Read David's special tribute here

DSP is proud to represent Jon's musical Paris and the Essgee Gilbert and Sullivan trilogy which he is so closely associated with.

The Boy From Oz a hit in Florida

The Boy From Oz has been a huge hit Florida where a regional equity theatre in Naples sold more than ninety percent of its tickets in February.

David Spicer attended the season and did this short YouTube video.

Vale Don Battye

 When Don Battye met composer and lyricist Peter Pinne in 1960 who knew it was the beginning of a prolific musical writing team that would be at one time called “Australia’s answer to Rodgers and Hammerstein.”

Sadly the partnership ended with Battye's death in February.

Read a tribute here.