DSP News

DSP Guide to Theatre Restaurant Productions.

Do you stage dinner theatre comedies? If not why not give it a go. To assist DSP writer Judith Prior has prepared a How To Guide.

Plus this e newsletter also has a brief overview of the best plays and musicals which are in the DSP catalogue to suit.

Please visit this link.

Musicals and Plays for Young Cast Members

Here is my recent newsletter with recommendations for musicals and plays to be performed by young cast members.

There are plenty of links to show pages with music to listen to, scripts to read and photos.

http://email.xweb.com.au/t/r-79C112F1A0A09A49

 

Meeting April Phillips writer of Stiff

I had the honour of meeting April Phillips for the first time in New Zealand last weekend.

April was the keynote speaker at the Music Theatre of New Zealand conference.

Here we are at the dress up ball in Wanganui

Her play Stiff has been produced more than 40 times.

Cast at a recent Australian production complained that it was difficult to rehearse because they had trouble holding back their laughs.

Cenarth Fox Joins DSP

New Release : Comedies by Devon Williamson.

Side splitting comedies written for community theatre by Devon Williamson are now available for companies in Australia.

Already  a hit in New Zealand now Australian audiences can get a taste of his unique humour.

Visit Devon's page  here now and choose between four plays.

Boy From Oz is Musical of the Year

Congratulations to the Leading Note Theatre ( Ballarat ) for taking out Musical of the Year at the Victorian Music Theatre Guild Awards for their production of The Boy From Oz.

Pictured here is Guild winner  ( Best Performer ) Andrew Ronay-Jenkins, Uisce Gorriss ( Young Peter )  Producer Matt Hustwaite  and (Best Director) Stephen O’Neil.

 

 

The Great Australian Rock Musical

Well done to the cast and crew of Model Farms High School in Sydney which staged The Great Australian Rock Musical in late November.

I enjoyed attending and seeing the show for the first time. What a great prop they built in the foyer which I stuck my head in.

Pride and Prejudice the Musical - a hit.

The Golden Rivers Theatre (NSW) has completed a successful production of Bernard J Taylor's Pride and Prejudice the Musical. "The season was outstanding and I am amazed at the response to this show! Of our 8 performances 5 were sellout with a substantial waiting list." Director Debbie Leslie. Pictured here is their Wickham charming Lizzy.