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MLOC Productions Inc. a not for profit theatre company bringing live entertainment to Melbourne and the wider area for over 70 years
A brutal murder is committed in a small town in France. The dismembered corpse is dropped from a railway viaduct on to passing trains below…all except the head. Based upon an actual event, L’amante Anglaise is a poignant and powerful portrait of lost passion.
If you see one theatre show this year, make it this one. Green Room Award-winning actor Andre De Vanny brings to life an extraordinary individual. Shunned by Church and state, Occy Byrne learns to survive in a dog-eat-dog world.
The multiple award-winning musical based on the film is coming to Kingston City Hall stage for the first time! This story of four young Aboriginal women from regional Australia who grab their chance to change their tune and their lives is for everyone.
Three of Alfred Hitchcock’s iconic blondes from Vertigo, Psycho and The Birds find themselves trapped in an absurd “whodunnit” murder mystery. Footsteps! Gunshots! Lingerie! Deception! Will all go to plan for these strong-willed bombshells? A black comedy dripping with glamour, murder and suspense.
Toupé is a spectacular sketch show with a surreal twist, brimming with recognisable characters and situations. From yoga mums to lollipop ladies, from schoolyard nightmares to costume catastrophes, The Travelling Sisters conjure a world where the sublime and the ridiculous collide.
True stories, fast-paced drama and Company 13's trademark idiocy combine to create a gothic melodrama that’s equal parts Downton Abbey and Frankenstein, and tell a tale of the eternal battle between the rational and the intuitive, played out in a classic love triangle.
Two very Australian family histories are explored in this fascinating double-bill from award-winning ABC presenter Joel Carnegie and award-winning actor Tom Molyneux. Accompanied by local favourites MoJo!
Lux Radio Theatre return with their latest in a series of very popular radio plays harking back to the pre-screen days of yesteryear. Come early for a recital by Scott Harrison on the mighty Wurlitzer theatre organ.
Mandi Lodge (Shirley Valentine) brings her considerable talents to this funny and poignant story about surviving and thriving after a divorce. Directed by AFI Award-winner Denny Lawrence.