DSP News

New Release - Pride and Prejudice : A Play

"IT is not only fans of Jane Austen’s much-loved novel centred on romantic manoeuvres in early 19th century England who will be delighted by this witty and excellently staged adaptation.

Audience comments at the performance I attended made it clear that people unfamiliar with the book were also having a good time."

Order your perusal of this new adaptation by Pamela Whalan  here now.

Camel Boy From Oz Surprise

Leading Note Theatre in Ballarat had a surprise member of the cast for The Boy From Oz.

This very talented camel. In front of the camera I am demonstrating my lack of talent.

On the hump was Andrew Ronay-Jenkings just off a nine month cruise as a headline entertainer.

Well done to the whole cast and new producer Matthew Hustwaite.

New Release - Star Wars and Star Trek Parody

I am excited to announce the release of two new musicals for Community and Youth Theatre Companies, High Schools and Theatre Restaurant.

Hyperspace the Totally Unauthorised Star Wars Musical Parody and Warp Drive the Totally Unauthorised Star Trek Musical Parody.

Hyperspace is a soap opera that thrilled trillions throughout the galaxy. Panic sets in when the last episode goes missing. Pictured here is the famous Hyperspace pool noodle duel between Duke Kneejerker and Duck Waiter.

New DSP Office

I recently finished building a new office which is now headquarters for David Spicer Productions and Stage Whispers Magazine.

Pictured here are some of writers who joined to help launch the office. In the front row from Left.

Clem Gorman - writer of Drama and Comedy.

Dennis Watkins - writer of Beach Blanket Tempest and Burger Brain.

Todd Returns as The Boy From Oz in Sydney and Melbourne.

Australia’s favourite song and dance man, and the original Boy From Oz, Todd
McKenney is back. After a recent sellout season in Melbourne The Boy from Oz will play
for two weeks only at the Capitol Theatre from Wednesday 2 to Thursday 17 March

Todd McKenney, said recently of reprising his role as the legendary Peter Allen “This
show has given me so much joy over so many years, and I’m excited to be coming back to
this great role in a spectacular new concert version.”

Hot New Comedies and Farce.

My new catalogue is filled with new comedies and farce.

Check out Stand And Deliver by Janet Shaw. The comedy set in a maternity ward will split your stitches.

Back to the 80's facebook page.

Back to the 80's now has an official Facebook Page.

Join now here and share your photos and memories of the show.

Included are pictures from Launceston College's Production in July 2010 which sold more than 5000 tickets.

Read here how Back to the 80's is set to become the most performed Australian play or musical ever.


Meet the DSP Double Rehearser.

Luke Zancanarro was a busy teenager during June and July.

The Sydney student was rehearsing for two DSP shows at once.

He played a power Achilles in Oakhill College's production of Paris.

At the same time he played Michael Feldman in Sydney Youth Theatre's Production of Back to the 80's.

Luke is pictured between me and Neil Gooding in front of Oakhill's Trojan Horse.


Meet the Brainy Tap Brothers.

Wollongong had never seen such a combination of brains, brothers and tap dancing.

What a treat for me to  see such nimble footwork from Moonglow Productions for their performance of Hot Shoe Shuffle at the Illawarra Performing Arts Centre in NSW.

Five members of the cast were related. There were the  Sanderson brothers and the Bell Brothers with their real life on stage Dad.

These tappers also move quickly up top.

The lads were dancing in between studying for Doctorates in Physics and Actuarial studies.



Paris - staged in Austria.

Paris - by Jon English and David Mackay has had a triumphant premiere in the German language.

I had great pleasure in attending the pro-am performance staged by a choir in the town of Mistelbach one hour north of Vienna.

A full account of my adventure can be read at the Stage Whispers Website.

The group sold out 7 performances in a 500 seat theatre.

Paris is being staged in June in NSW.