DSP News

Back to the 80's a hit in US

Neil Gooding's Back to the 80's is fast becoming the most widely performed Australian written musical of all time. There have been 180 productions in the USA since it started being licenced by Music Theatre International.

Plays. Pantomimes and One Act's on line

Jasper Publishing in the UK which I represent down under has recently upgraded its web-site to include PDF's of the first 20 pages of more than 300 fabulous plays,  pantomimes and one acts.

It is well worth a visit   http://www.jasperpublishing.com

Read STAGE WHISPERS Magazine Free

Back issues of Stage Whispers Magazine can now be read free at www.stagewhispers.com.au

Win tickets to see Warnie the Musical and Priscilla the Musical plus books and CD's if you subscribe before December 6.

In the November/December issue....Read about STIFF - New Zealand's naughtiest comedy ...plus.

HOT Hot Shoe Shuffle set for hire

CLOC Music Theatre  in Melbourne sold more than 6000 tickets to their dazzling production of Hot Shoe Shuffle. What an honour for me to have this company stage two shows  I represent in one year. Many companies are using CLOC's BFO costumes and set. Now their dazzling Hot Shoe Shuffle backdrops are available for hire.

If you are interested email grant.alley@cloc.org.au

Peter Allen Exhibition opens at The Victorian Arts Centre

The Victorian Arts Centre is celebrating the life of Peter Allen for the next three months. A new free  exhibition includes Peter Allen's maracas,  his dazzling designer stage outfits and trademark Hawaiian shirts.

Also on display are some of the most spectacular costumes used in The Boy From Oz.

Smashed theatre reborn with The Boy From Oz

Twenty years ago a property developer spent a night smashing Tamworth's historic Capitol Theatre into a pulp.

By morning the 1600 seat atmospheric theatre  a jewel of  regional NSW was in ruins.

Last Friday night I celebrated with The Tamworth Musical Society ( founded in 1888) the opening night of their new Capitol Theatre with a spectacular production of The Boy From Oz.

Smashed theatre reborn with The Boy From Oz

Twenty years ago a property developer spent a night smashing Tamworth's historic Capitol Theatre into a pulp.

By morning the 1600 seat atmospheric theatre a jewel of regional NSW was in ruins.

Last Friday night I celebrated with The Tamworth Musical Society ( founded in 1888) the opening night of their new Capitol Theatre with a spectacular production of The Boy From Oz.

BACK TO THE 80's and DISCO INFERNO MAKE IT IN THE USA.

For the first time ever Australian written and Australian published musicals have made it into the world's largest musical theatre catalogue.

Music Theatre International is now representing Back to the 80's in North America.

http://www.mtishows.com/show_home.asp?ID=000327

NODA National Weekend September 29 to October 1.


Justin Sepple the writer of Disco Inferno is representing me at the NODA National weekend at the Cavendish Hotel in Eastbourne.(England)

This weekend includes special seminars, cabaret and a ball. Come along to either to chat to us. If anyone can attend both - I will be very very impressed!!