BILLY SUTER reports that acclaimed London theatre productions, filmed live on stage, will be available to be streamed free on YouTube from April 2. … More Free London theatre on YouTube
BILLY SUTER headed for Johannesburg to review a new production of the colourful musical “Seussical”, based on stories by Dr Seuss, at The Lyric Theatre at Gold Reef City. … More Heaps of fun, energy and creativity
BILLY SUTER heads to Cape Town’s Fugard Theatre to review the show everybody is talking about – Matthew Wild’s non-replica production of the musical, “Kinky Boots”. … More A show you don’t want to miss!
BILLY SUTER reports that from Sunday, July 21, Malcolm Terrey will join the cast of the glittering hit musical, “Kinky Boots”, at Cape Town’s Fugard Theatre. … More Terrey as shoe factory manager
BILLY SUTER reports that Durban’s Playhouse Company is holding April auditions for its festive season production of “Beauty and the Beast”, directed by Ralph Lawson. … More Auditions for Disney hit in Durban
BILLY SUTER reports that Johannesburg and Cape Town seasons have been finalised for the hugely entertaining international show, “Stomp”, which takes rhythm to new heights. … More Hit ‘Stomp’ show tours SA again
BILLY SUTER reports that a single screening, at 8pm on October 24, is scheduled for the London stage musical, “Funny Girl’, with Sheridan Smith. Catch it at Cinema Nouveau. … More Wednesday with a funny girl
BILLY SUTER reports that two Oscar-nominated films centred on gender-bending for gain – “Tootsie” and “Mrs Doubtfire” – are reportedly soon to be turned into Broadway musicals. … More Broadway gender-bender fare
BILLY SUTER reports that a musical on the life of Michael Jackson is said to be on the cards for Broadway, while a movie of the musical “Cats” is likely to start filming in the UK this year, … More Jacko on stage, ‘Cats’ on screen?
BILLY SUTER reports that a classic 1959 film, rated in a BBC survey as the best comedy in film history, is to become a stage musical that should hit Broadway in 2020. … More Film classic heads for stage