DASMUSICALKAT

Kat of the Musicals

You can read my review of B-GIRL here! I’ve seen Blazey Best in a few things now- she’s great ūüôā 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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