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Melbourne Spring/Summer Theatre Update

By theatre-enthusiast Nyah Barnes


Immerse yourself in some of my top picks for Melbourne this spring and summer! Type in the bit.ly links to be taken directly to ticket sales. 

 


Photo from Instagram @lovelustlostshow


Love Lust Lost 

September 8 – October 29

 

A choose-your-own theatre experience, Love Lust Lost is “Melbourne’s newest fully immersive theatre experience”. Located in The Austral in Collingwood, tickets can be at this link: https://bit.ly/455r85i 

 

Death of a Salesman

September 1 – October 15

 

Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman is captivating audiences in Her Majesty’s Theatre with a 1940s tale of the post-war American Dream. Tickets can be found: https://bit.ly/3tcD7Rk 

 

Moulin Rouge! The Musical

From August 2023

 

Moulin Rouge! has returned after its last successful Melbourne run in 2021 at the Regent Theatre. To join the cast in 1890s Paris for a night of cabaret and frivolity, tickets can be purchased: https://bit.ly/3LBO1pR 



Photo by Michelle Grace Hunder

 

My Sister Jill September 23 – October 28

 

Join the Melbourne Theatre Company in Patricia Cornelius’ My Sister Jill. Set in mid/late-1900s suburban Melbourne, My Sister Jill is a powerful recreation of the “Australian spirit.” Tickets can be found on the MTC website: https://bit.ly/455o0q9 

 

Mamma Mia! The Musical

October 4 – December 10

 

Featuring more than 20 of the beloved Swedish band, ABBA’s top hits, Mamma Mia! is a smash hit musical which brings to life the Grecian island world of Donna and her young daughter Sophie. Atto The Princess Theatre until mid-December, tickets can be purchased here: https://bit.ly/3LI1qNc 

 

A Christmas Carol

November 12 – December 31

 

A Christmas Carol returns this year after a successful Christmas season in 2022. Telling the age-old Charles Dickens story of hope, love, and a little bit of magic, tickets can be purchased for performances at the Comedy Theatre: https://bit.ly/3LH7ZQ2 

 

Avery Jewish Christmas Carol

November 14 –  December 16

 

Melbourne Theatre Company’s adaptation of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol tells a delightful story of unity and discovery. Written by Elise Esther Hearst and Phillip Kavanagh, tickets for this MTC production can be found: https://bit.ly/3rwLTsQ 

 

Galileo

December 20 – 23

 

Coming to the Palais Theatre, Victorian Opera’s Galileo will run for a limited four days this December. A new opera by Richard Mills about the world-renowned philosopher Galileo. Tickets for this limited season can be found: https://bit.ly/3ti89Hi 

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