DASMUSICALKAT

Kat of the Musicals

I was actually really looking forward to Ballet Revolución but turned out to be quite disappointing. Not sure whether they were all just having a bad night, or the Australian program wasn’t quite right, or the stage was too small, or something, but it just had very little spark. One of the only things I’ve considered just …

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Guy Edmonds performance in The Witches was one of my top picks in 2015 (review of the show will be up here soon). Seriously good. I’ve been keeping my eye on his schedule since but as yet no performances of anything near me! The interview was originally posted on Arts on the AU. — Roald Dahl’s books are …

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You can read my review of B-GIRL here! I’ve seen Blazey Best in a few things now- she’s great 🙂 The interview was originally posted on Arts on the AU. — B-Girl is the newest theatrical production from glam-rock God iOTA, a veritable rock concert emotional rollercoaster of an experience that leaves you dizzy and out of …

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Now for one of my all-time most favourite interviews. Guo and I talked (argued) for agesssssss about anime (Bleach > One Piece any day ;)) If you ever have a chance to see any ballet with Chengwu in it though- go. Do whatever you absolutely can and go. He is absolutely mesmerising and brings the performance …

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Now THIS was one of my all-time favourite musical/theatre surprises, it was amazinggggg. I gave it my favourite musical of 2015 too. H.I.L.A.R.I.O.U.S Also- fun fact! Jay James-Moody (interviewed here, and he’s the Director though not the guy in the photos below! That guy is Rob Johnson (who is also awesome)) is now the understudy for …

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Ok well. The actual review of me going to “Like Me” will also be posted soon. Let me just say- it wasn’t for me. Interesting concept though. The interview was originally posted on Arts on the AU. — Following two sold out seasons in 2014, Mongrel Mouth now returns with a new immersive theatre production Like Me, …

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I saw Bobby recently in Ladies in Black and he was fabulous (as was the whole musical)!! Looking forward to seeing him in something again soon. The interview was originally posted on Arts on the AU. — Frankie Valli himself handpicked Bobby Fox to star in the Australian production of Jersey Boys, a show which he has …

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The pelican puppets in this production were so cool- so of course I had to ask about them! The interview was originally posted on Arts on the AU. — Set on the coast of Coorong in South Australia, the classic novel Storm Boy has long been a childhood favourite. The tale follows Hideaway Tom and his son …

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Here’s another interview I did for the New Theatre production of Sweeney Todd, this time with the director Giles Gartrell-Mills. This was a pretty exciting as Giles has actually worked on London’s West End for most of his career, as both cast and crew, so it was interesting to hear his thoughts on the different theatre-circuits. The interview was originally posted on Arts …

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This guy is so COOL! Nicest ever fellow, and just the most incredible facial expressions on stage. He was hauntingly good as Sweeney Todd, and I saw him more recently as Lord Capulet in Bell Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet. THOSE EYES! Also one of my most favourite responses ever to an interview question I’ve asked …

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