Merrily We Roll Along
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Event Date: 07/03/2018, 08:00 pm

Little Triangle will present Merrily We Roll Along
After debuting with critically acclaimed sell-out production of Sunday in the Park with George, Little Triangle will present Merrily We Roll Along with emerging Australian performers this coming March for a limited 3-week season as part of The Depot Theatre's 2018 line-up.

"It's our time, breathe it in; worlds to change and worlds to win"

Franklin Shepard, a successful songwriter and movie producer in his late thirties, reviews his life, both professional and personal, especially his relationships with his best friends, Mary Flynn and Charley Kringas (his song-writing collaborator), and his two wives, Beth and Gussie. The action moves backward in time from 1976 to 1957, from the disappointments of adulthood, to the hopeful idealism of youth.
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The Depot Theatre, 142 Addison Rd,
Marrickville New South Wales,2204
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The Depot Theatre, 142 Addison Rd,
Marrickville New South Wales,2204
Treasures Of A Nation - Chinese New Year Concert
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Event Date: 07/03/2018, 07:30 pm

The prestigious China National Opera and Dance Drama Theatre make their Australian return
The prestigious China National Opera and Dance Drama Theatre make their Australian return with Treasures of a Nation visiting Auckland, Sydney, Canberra, Brisbane and Melbourne from Tuesday 27 February to Wednesday 7 March to celebrate the Chinese New Year 2018. Treasures of a Nation merges traditional Chinese music with contemporary classical tunes, taking audiences on a fascinating musical journey of immersion in the rich Chinese culture. Celebrate Chinese New Year at the Melbourne Recital Centre for this unforgettable one-night-only concert on Wednesday 7 March 2018, 7:30pm.
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Melbourne Recital, Corner Southbank Boulevard and Sturt Street,
Melbourne New South Wales,3000
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Melbourne Recital, Corner Southbank Boulevard and Sturt Street,
Melbourne New South Wales,3000
Fiddler On The Roof
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Fiddler On The Roof

Event Date: 02/03/2018, 08:00 pm

The world’s most loved, all-time record-breaking Broadway show returns to Sydney’s south in March
This well-loved, all-time record-breaking Broadway musical returns to the Rockdale Town Hall in March 2018 with a superb cast,
headed by multi-award-winning entertainer ADAM SCICLUNA in the iconic lead role of Tevye.
Based on Sholom Aleichem’s Tevye and his Daughters, FIDDLER ON THE ROOF is the beautiful story of the small,
traditional town of Anatevka, where Jews and Russians live in a delicate balance.
Through the eyes of the endearingly philosophical Tevye - a father of five daughters (“Five… daughters!”) -
we watch as he defends and then is forced to challenge the time-honoured traditions of his village.
In a time riddled with conflict, we see his daughters grow up and fall in love and his community of loveable,
colourful characters endure and adapt to a new world.
ts famous songs include “If I Were a Rich Man”, “Tradition”, “L’Chaim (To Life)” and so many more…

Rich in historical and cultural detail, FIDDLER ON THE ROOF has touched audiences around the world with its humour, warmth and honesty.
Its universal themes of tradition, love and the challenges of modernity cut across barriers of identity, class,
nationality and religion, leaving audiences weeping tears of sadness, laughter and joy. Don’t miss it!

Adam Scicluna returns to Rockdale as Tevye, one of the great roles in the musical theatre repertoire.
Adam is a multi-award-winning entertainer having been honoured with the Australian Entertainment Mo award;
Peter Allen Performer of the Year (2013 & 2012), the Australian Club Entertainment Award;
Male Vocal Performer of the Year (2008, 2007, 2006 & 2004) and many more.
Directed by Colin & Bob Peet, with musical direction from Peter Sampson and choreography by Chris Bamford.

Fiddler plays 2-11 March, Thurs to Sat 8pm, plus 2pm matinees on Sat & Sun
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Rockdale Town Hall, cnr Princes Highway & Bryant Street,
Rockdale New South Wales,2216
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Rockdale Town Hall, cnr Princes Highway & Bryant Street,
Rockdale New South Wales,2216
Alice In Wonderland
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Alice In Wonderland

Event Date: 27/02/2018, 10:00 am

Lewis Carroll’s whirling, fantastical masterpiece
Lewis Carroll’s whirling, fantastical masterpiece is faithfully and beautifully recreated as a nonstop, madcap theatrical adventure for the whole family. See the classic kids’ tale in an all-new Australian adaptation by multi award-winning playwright Mary Anne Butler, starring Dubs Yunupingu as Alice – the first time the role has been played by an Indigenous woman.

Published more than 150 years ago, Carroll’s classic tale of the girl who fell down the rabbit hole has proven as timeless as it is entertaining. Directed by Cristabel Sved (Before/After, Sydney Theatre Company), Alice in Wonderland is a brand new production from the producer of the critically acclaimed The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show (Sydney Festival 2015).
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Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre - 1 Powerhouse Road,
Casula New South Wales,2071
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Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre - 1 Powerhouse Road,
Casula New South Wales,2071
Vicki Last Day
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Vicki

Event Date: 23/02/2018, 07:30 pm

Lane Cove Theatre Company kicks off 2018 with an original, new, Australian musical play: VICKI.
The work of local Lane Cove writer/composer Rodney Ivan Stewart (Devil May Care, Melody), VICKI is a tale of four survivors of a nuclear attack:
a poet, a painter, a scientist and a robot. During three weeks of zany, serious and amusing life together in a nuclear fall-out shelter, they discuss art, science, logic, love, lust, feelings, reason – and, yes, a nuclear explosion!

Featuring the talents of Cayden Richards, Lucy Nielson, Cerise Kofoed and Laura Bucci,
Vicki is directed by long-time Sydney actor-director Shane Bates (Genesian, Phoenix Theatre companies)
with musical direction from Vincent Fortado.

Described by Bates as “a light-hearted look at a serious subject”, she has watched Vicki’s development since the 1970s.

“It’s a fun script and we’ve hugely enjoyed developing the characters.
What has interested me most though about this production is not only Rod’s delightful but sometimes sad melodies,
but just how topical Vicki is to today’s audience."

“Initially written when the world came very close to a nuclear holocaust with the Bay of Pigs Cuban missile crisis,
it seems incredible that today we still face a similar threat from North Korea."

“And, of course, while robots were thought ‘futuristic’ back in the ‘70s,
we now know that Japan has recently developed its first genuinely humanoid robot!”
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Location:
The Performance Space @ St Aidan's, 1 Christina Street,
Longueville New South Wales,2066
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The Performance Space @ St Aidan's, 1 Christina Street,
Longueville New South Wales,2066
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An American In Paris
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An American In Paris

Event Date: 25/02/2018, 03:30 pm

The Nexas Quartet and Emily Granger (Harp) evoke a journey back in time ...
The Nexas Quartet and Emily Granger (Harp) evoke a journey back in time to the bustling streets of the French capital in “An American in Paris” – the latest tasty concert in the Independent Theatre’s popular Prelude in Tea series – which always includes afternoon tea with refreshments and a mouth-watering array of cakes and fruits!

This unique collaboration will provide fascinating new renditions of works by Gershwin, Brubeck, Ravel and Franck.

At the forefront of chamber music, Nexas Quartet is focused on promoting the musical diversity
of the saxophone by showcasing its versatility and ability to cross genres.

Formed in 2002, Nexas comprises Michael Duke (soprano sax), Andrew Smith (alto sax),
Nathan Henshaw (tenor sax) and Jay Byrnes (baritone sax).
Emily Granger (Kansas City, USA) has performed as Principal Harp with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra,
Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, Opera Australia Symphony Orchestra and Orchestra Victoria.
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Location:
The Independent Theatre 269 Miller St,
North Sydney New South Wales,2060
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The Independent Theatre 269 Miller St,
North Sydney New South Wales,2060
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Phone Number: (02) 9955 3000

Treasures Of A Nation - Chinese New Year Concert
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Event Date: 01/03/2018, 08:00 pm

The prestigious China National Opera and Dance Drama Theatre make their Australian return
The prestigious China National Opera and Dance Drama Theatre make their Australian return with Treasures of a Nation visiting Auckland, Sydney, Canberra, Brisbane and Melbourne from Tuesday 27 February to Wednesday 7 March to celebrate the Chinese New Year 2018. Treasures of a Nation merges traditional Chinese music with contemporary classical tunes, taking audiences on a fascinating musical journey of immersion in the rich Chinese culture. Celebrate Chinese New Year at the Sydney Opera House Concert Hall for this unforgettable one-night-only concert on Thursday 1 March 2018, 8pm.
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Sydney Opera House,
Sydney New South Wales,2000
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Sydney Opera House,
Sydney New South Wales,2000
Glengarry Glen Ross Last Day
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Glengarry Glen Ross

Event Date: 22/02/2018, 07:30 pm

Glengarry Glen Ross at the Actors Pulse in Redfern from 22 Feb
There’s new talent aplenty on show when Sydney’s Actors Pulse drama school presents a production of David Mamet’s Glengarry Glen Ross later this month.

Featuring the school’s intermediate level students, this is the play for which Mamet won the Pulitzer Prize in 1984.
During two days in the lives of four desperate Chicago real estate agents, we witness lies and flattery,
bribery, threats, intimidation and burglary —all to sell undesirable real estate to unwitting prospective buyers.
Based on Mamet’s own experience of working in a similar office, it has enjoyed countless West End, Broadway and international seasons and inspired a brilliant film adaptation whose cast included Jack Lemmon, Al Pacino, Alec Baldwin, Alan Arkin and Kevin Spacey. In this showcase production, director – and Actors Pulse principal - Billy Milionis flips the genders of many characters to fully showcase the range and craft of his talented cast.

Milionis says his first experience of Mamet play led him to read his entire works and see countless performances globally.

“Doing Glengarry in mixed gender has interested me for quite some time.
It was written in a world where men went out to work and woman stayed at home; a world of toxic intense dog-eat-dog masculinity.
Today’s woman are not only bread winners but have adapted to the jungle of making a living and surviving.
Glengarry Glen Ross was first performed 35 years ago and its essence is as relevant today as it was back then.
Driven by a handful of self-centred individuals, it’s a world laced with greed, betrayal and ambition.”

This production features Actors Pulse students Katherine Munro, Tony Barea, Claire Brew,
Rebecca Leedham, Livio Di Michiel, Casey Richards and Dean Tuttle; with stage design and construction by Ali Maack and lighting by Kennedy Lee.

Thur-Sat 7.30pm - Feb 22 to March 3
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The Actors Pulse, 103 Regent Street,
Redfern New South Wales,2016
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The Actors Pulse, 103 Regent Street,
Redfern New South Wales,2016
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Short And Sweet Week 4
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Short And Sweet Week 4

Event Date: 23/02/2018, 07:30 pm

Week Four – with 10 short plays nightly
Short+Sweet has spread the popular 10-minute format in theatre, dance, cabaret & comedy across Australia and the globe – with festivals now as far afield as Hollywood, India, Malaysia, Dubai and NZ.
Its Hollywood festival is one of the world’s go-to showcases for new talent on stage and screen.
But the original Sydney theatre festival is now in its 17th year and has a new home in Surry Hills’ Tom Mann Theatre.

Festival director Pete Malicki is a Short+Sweet legend, having written and directed for the fest for well over a decade.
This year S+S will again feature not only the judges’ voting and the People’s Choice audience votes,
but his director’s picks – all heading for the April Gala Finals.

Week 4
Marriage, monsters, healing, displacement and post-apocalyptic comedy all feature in Week 4 of ‘the biggest little play festival in the world’
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Tom Mann Theatre Theatre, 136 Chalmers St,,
Surry Hills New South Wales,2010
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Tom Mann Theatre Theatre, 136 Chalmers St,,
Surry Hills New South Wales,2010
Intersection: Chrysalis
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Intersection: Chrysalis

Event Date: 22/02/2018, 10:30 am

Intersection is a collection of short plays written by the most exciting young playwrights in the ..
Australian Theatre for Young People and Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre Present Intersection Chrysalis: Written by the writers of the 2017 National Studio

Intersection is a collection of short plays written by the most exciting young playwrights in the country. A meeting point of young lives travelling very different routes, the production offers a unique snapshot of modern Australia. Critically acclaimed in its first incarnation, it returns to explore the excitement, terror and electricity of being seventeen.

Each year ATYP brings together 20 young writers from across the country and challenges them to create stories that speak to the experience of being seventeen years old in Australia, here and now. Directed by rising star of Sydney theatre Rachel Chant Intersection 2018: Chrysalis features an exceptional cast of young actors, creating a compelling, complex mosaic of modern life for young Australians.

ATYP will continue our relationship with Currency Press, who will publish the pieces in one book so they can be performed by young people for years to come.

Mentors: Michelle Lee, Stephen Carleton and Mary Rachel Brown
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Location:
Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre - 1 Powerhouse Road,
Casula New South Wales,2071
Location:
Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre - 1 Powerhouse Road,
Casula New South Wales,2071