On Sunday, we had our first 747 rehearsal. The production team and the cast got straight into blocking some of the opening numbers, and it turns out our seven brothers can produce quite a sound when they all get together and have a good sing! Here are a few photos of the rehearsal:Details
It was with sadness that we heard this weekend of Whitehorse Musical Theatre’s decision to close their doors after forty years of fabulous contribution to the Melbourne amateur theatre community. We at MDMS are sad to see this theatre ‘great’ shut up shop after such a long and rich history.Details
We’d like to welcome our cast for ‘Seven Brides for Seven Brothers’ to MDMS! On Sunday, we had our meet and greet, where the cast got to meet and mingle with each other for the first time. Director Adrian Carr outlined his vision for the show, including some really spectacular 3D diagrams of the set.Details
MDMS have got a couple a pretty important things going on in Feburary.
Firstly, we have our meet and greet for ‘Seven Brides for Seven Brothers’. We have an awesome and enthusiastic cast, and we can’t wait to get everyone together and share the excitement about the show. Our production team – Ado, Vicki and Miranda – have some fabulous ideas and are absolutely raring to go! Stay tuned for posts from the production team themselves, as they keep us all updated on the show’s progress. And for those of you who have forgotten the meet and greet details:Details
Happy New Year everyone! We hope you all had a really enjoyable Christmas; MDMS is revving up for another year of theatrical fun and frivolity – starting with Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (or 747, as we’ve nicknamed it; it’s faaaaaar too long to keep typing all the time). The production team – Adrian, Vicki, Miranda, Jo and Kelly – have all been hard at work, throwing about ideas and getting ready for rehearsals to start in March.Details
Well, the Guilds were certainly enjoyed by many MDMSers. It was great to see our names up on screen, even if we didn’t win! Highlights include some smashing dresses worn by the ladies and our very own Sir Jonathan Guthrie-Jones not only taking out the TP best dressed accolade, but wowing us all with his amazing impromptu (if a little drunken) interviewing skills at the after party. Check out the pics and a sample video of Jonno in action below – and watch for video bombers Kel and Amy! Nice one girls…Details