Come along and see MUSOC's eagerly awaited season of Spring Awakening.
Spring Awakening is a rock musical with music by Duncan Sheik and a book and lyrics by Steven Sater. Based on the German play Spring Awakening (1891) by Frank Wedekind. Set in late-19th-century Germany, the musical tells the story of teenagers discovering the inner and outer tumult of teenage sexuality. In the musical, alternative rock is employed as part of the folk-infused rock score.
Directed by Harriet Wise and Logan Pocock with musical direction by Kimberley Wood, Spring Awakening is a favourite amongst the theatre community - this show is not to be missed by anyone who appreciates the stage!
Please note this show is for a mature audience only.
In conjunction with Music and Arts in May presented by the UCSA - MUSOC presents: MISCAST, an Arts Month Cabaret - our annual cabaret style variety show.
This year tradition’s out the door, so forget all preconceptions you might have... and come along to see our talented cast switch things up onstage. From guys rocking Katy Perry to gals smashing Stevie Wonder, along with musical theatre classics like Chicago’s Cell Block Tango - there’s something for everyone!
MISCAST runs over three nights - Wednesday 24th, Friday 26th, and Saturday 27th - at everyone’s favourite local, The Foundry. Grab a drink from the bar, relax at a table with some complimentary nibbles, and enjoy this unique show!
...and forever changed the landscape of American theatre. Two decades later, Jonathan Larson’s RENT continues to speak loudly and defiantly to audiences across generations and all over the world. And now, this Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award®-winning masterpiece returns to the stage for Musoc's 2017 season of RENT.
RENT follows an unforgettable year in the lives of seven artists struggling to follow their dreams without selling out. With its inspiring message of joy and hope in the face of fear, this timeless celebration of friendship and creativity reminds us to measure our lives with the only thing that truly matters—love.
Directed by Charlotte Ensor, with musical direction by Ben McKellar and featuring choreography by Monique Nixon.