10 of the Most Immersive Experiences in America

December 20, 2022

From Disneyland in California to Broadway in New York, America has long catered to those looking for an immersive experience, and few do it better. Here’s just ten of my favourite places to visit in the U.S.A. when looking to escape reality; immersing yourself in art, music, scenery, cowboys (you’ll see what I mean) and […]

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Five new(ish) things you’ve got to do in New York City’s Times Square

November 28, 2022

There’s always something new to experience in New York’s Times Square. And this year has been no exception, with new museums, hotels and Broadway shows opening every month. So what are some of the best new(ish) things to do in the heart of the Big Apple? I headed over earlier this month to get a […]

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Phantom of the Opera

Photo Gallery: Delta Goodrem and VIPs arrive for The Phantom of the Opera‘s debut at the Sydney Opera House

August 27, 2022

Delta Goodrem and guests walk the red carpet at The Phantom of the Opera opening night. Experience the phenomenon of one of the most successful musicals of all time, when Cameron Mackintosh’s new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s legendary show makes its Sydney Opera House debut. Nathan captured the excitement and glamour of the red […]

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Interview: Christopher Scott on choreographing In The Heights; “They could have done this live”

June 22, 2021

After In The Heights creator Lin-Manuel Miranda enlisted director Jon M. Chu to bring his acclaimed stage production to life on the big screen, Chu extended his arm to longtime collaborator Christopher Scott, the three-time Emmy nominated choreographer who helped shape the movements of the Step Up films. Ahead of the film’s Australian release, Peter […]

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Theatre Review: Moulin Rouge! The Musical dazzles audiences in New York City

February 12, 2020

Before Moulin Rouge! premiered at New York’s Al Hirshfeld Theatre on July 25th, 2019, a theatre where Kinky Boots had called a home for the 6 years prior, the producers did something quite surprising: so sure they were of its popularity, they announced it would tour out of New York – including a 2021 run […]

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Five new Broadway shows to see in New York City

January 29, 2020

New York City’s famed Broadway Collection isn’t slowing down for 2020, with five new productions set to open throughout the year. From a musical based on cult comedy Mrs. Doubtfire, to an ambitious show tracking the creative process and indelible work of Michael Jackson, these five are well worth paying attention to for those planning […]

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Move over Minchin: Australia’s Eddie Perfect is the latest Broadway Star with Beetlejuice

November 25, 2019

While the fanfare over Tim Minchin’s work on Matilda felt deafening, it may surprise some to learn that he’s not the only Aussie who’s setting Broadway alight with his lyrics and music. Enter another composer-actor-comedian, Melbourne born Eddie Perfect – who you’ll remember from performance in Offspring or from penning and starting in the hilarious […]

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Why David Byrne’s American Utopia is unlike anything Broadway has ever seen

November 20, 2019

I’ve always loved the theatricality of music; that indescribable feeling it can provided when presented with a bit of bombastic flair. But I don’t know if I’ve ever seen a production bring so much life to its soundtrack, as David Byrne has achieved  with his American Utopia show – which is currently enjoying a 16 […]

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Photo Gallery: West Side Story Opening Night – Sydney Opera House (20.08.19)

August 22, 2019

VIP guests walk the red carpet for the opening night of West Side Story. The original Broadway classic is playing now until October 6th at the Joan Sutherland Theatre Sydney Opera House You can find more information and tickets HERE

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Review: Sierra Boggess wows Melbourne audiences and shows us what a true Broadway star is

June 12, 2017

Back in February I was privileged to interview Broadway star Sierra Boggess, and I remember getting off the phone feeling every chirpier than I normally am – and that’s a lot! I connected with her in many ways but one attribute of hers which really came through was her outlook on the world. She is […]

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Broadway Sydney is hosting a four-day music, food and fashion festival this month

May 15, 2017

Now that they’ve gone and revamped a big chunk of the long-standing shopping centre, Broadway Sydney are throwing their very own four-day festival, making good use of their wide range of food, fashion, beauty retailers for what they’re calling Fusion Fest. The organisers aren’t doing pulling any half-measures either, bringing in a bunch of very […]

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Having a Deep and Meaningful with Todrick Hall ahead of Straight Outta Oz

May 9, 2017

Todrick Hall has one of the most impressive CVs going around. You may know him from his YouTube channel, Season 9 of American Idol, perhaps you saw him on Broadway as Lola in Kinky Boots or you’ve heard the hype surrounding his international touring show Straight Outta Oz. I could honestly talk to him for hours but I jam packed […]

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A good old fashioned girlie chat with Broadway star Sierra Boggess

February 24, 2017

For those lucky enough to call Sierra Boggess their friend, sister, colleague, a former colleague, teacher or otherwise, they get to experience a ray of sunshine each and every day. The Broadway star is headed to our shores in a few months but we got to chat with her in the lead up to her […]

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Review: The Book of Mormon is worthy of all the hype (Now playing at the Princess Theatre in Melbourne)

February 5, 2017

The Book of Mormon has been one of the most talked about musicals to ever make its way down under, and this weekend the Australian premiere was held in Melbourne to officially commence its long awaited run on our shores – some six years after it made box office history in New York City. The comedic […]

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Salt Meats Cheese launch epic truffle menu for Drummoyne and Broadway (Sydney)

July 17, 2016

Being that it’s truffle season, and pretty much everyone with a palate can’t get enough of the rich ingredient, renowned providore-cafe-bar Salt Meats Cheese have unsurprisingly gotten involved with the delicacy in a big way, bringing a dedicated truffle menu exclusively to their Drummoyne and Broadway locations. The very mention of truffles is enough to […]

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Arts Review: Megan Hilty in Concert – Hamer Hall, Melbourne (8.6.2016)

June 9, 2016

An open letter to Megan Hilty. Dear Megan, Hi, my name is Kara. You may remember me from the other day. Or not? I bumped into you outside The Langham Hotel in Melbourne as you were wrapping up a photo shoot. You startled me. I honestly couldn’t believe I’d met you. Let me tell you, the […]

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Salt Meats Cheese are now offering pasta cooked in giant flaming cheese wheels at Broadway (Sydney)

May 20, 2016

Now that the crew at Salt Meats Cheese have settled into the groove made by their new store opposite Broadway Shopping Centre, it’s time for them to kick up their menu offerings with a big, flaming wheel of cheese. Salt Meats Cheese Broadway have introduced The Flaming Cheese Wheel to its menu – already full […]

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Din Tai Fung, Zeus Greek Street, and more to open in Broadway Shopping Centre (Sydney)

May 19, 2016

We all know Broadway in Sydney has needed to refresh it’s food lineup for a while now, and it seems 2016 is the year the central shopping centre will undertake some huge changes. Already, the famous Salts Meat Cheese has beefed up the food offerings in the area with a store opposite the centre, and […]

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Salt Meats Cheese open up opposite Broadway Shopping Centre with a Nutella menu and New York style burgers (Sydney)

April 5, 2016

Well this news sure came out of nowhere. After a busy year expanding to now include four locations – Alexandria, Mosman, Drummoyne and Surfers Paradise – famous produce hub Salt Meats Cheese will open their most city-central store yet, right in the heart of Ultimo’s busy Broadway district. Basically what that means is that Sydney […]

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Theatre Review: Green Day’s American Idiot – The Broadway Musical

April 11, 2010

On March 25th, 2010, our recently roving reporter Laurachel Ventus headed to St James Theatre on Broadway (NYC), where Green Day is currently staging their American Idiot musical. It sounds both ridiculous and genius at the same time, so naturally, we were curious as to what it was all about. Thankfully, Laurachel was kind enough […]

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