Students from the Queensland Conservatorium will share the stage with Australia’s biggest musical theatre star, Lucy Durack, and the Queensland Pops Orchestra this weekend. The Broadway on Screen concert at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC) will showcase the country’s best young talent performing a host of blockbuster hits from musicals including The Wizard of […]
Musical theatre stars from the Queensland Conservatorium are wowing audiences with a sell-out winter season at the Brisbane Powerhouse. Final year triple-threats have wowed audiences at the iconic arts venue with two acclaimed productions: a musical re-imagining of the beloved literary classic, Little Women, and the classic Broadway smash, Company.
Musical theatre students will have the chance to perform with a Broadway legend this week, when diva Patti LuPone hits the stage at the Queensland Conservatorium Theatre. Multiple Tony and Grammy Award-winner Patti LuPone will perform her critically acclaimed show, Don't Monkey with Broadway, to a packed house at the Queensland Conservatorium Theatre on Wednesday night.
Cutting-edge productions from Griffith Film School are continuing to make an impact on the international stage, with several films taking out top honours at the World Media Festival in Hamburg.
Two cutting-edge productions from Griffith Film School‘s LiveLab studio have been honoured at the New York Festivals Best of TV & Film Awards in Las Vegas this week. The awards recognise content in all lengths and forms from over 50 countries. Dedicated to both the television and film industries, they mirror global trends and encourage the next generation […]
Musical theatre graduate Kimberley Hodgson feels like all her wishes have come true, after scoring a lead role in the national production of Aladdin.
Queensland Conservatorium alumnus Georgina Hopson has won Australia's pre-eminent musical theatre award - the Rob Guest Endowment. Georgina took out the award with a stunning performance of Glitter and Be Gay and When Did I Fall In Love after a day of gruelling workshops and interviews with the judging panel. The $20,000 prize was presented at a gala ceremony at Sydney's Capitol Theatre this month, and will allow her to travel to New York to undertake further studies.