Using music from the great library of Sondheim songs, The Company Way takes you on a journey through three decades of the triumphs and foibles of office culture. What was it like to be a secretary in the 50s? Remember the ambitious junior, observe how the work place has changed. In a humorous and sometimes moving portrayal, recall those wonderful office romances.

A wonderful evening programme to honour a retiring chairman or senior executive.



A grand show that uses Broadway musicals to illustrate success. An inspirational show that includes all the great motivational songs such as Everything's Coming up Roses and Don't Rain on my Parade. This programme is presented by 12 singers and a pianist, but can be scored for an orchestra of any size.

A winner for sales conference dinners of occasions that require some special motivation.



A dance spectacular that begins with the audience being asked to fill out a dance card for the evening. A demonstration of ballroom dancing flows into a spectacular dance sequence in which some of the wonderful dance sequence from the great Broadway and Hollywood musicals are recreated. A big band with 12 dancers and a 50's nightclub setting makes this a magnificent event.



Cast with six singers, dancers and featuring a percussionist, this sophisticated show celebrates the Latin American and African rhythms that made it to Broadway. Against a vibrant but sleazy South American nightclub backdrop, a troupe of dancers, singers, musicians and percussionists present a selection that includes such great standards as Rum and Coca Cola, Nina from Argentina and from Carmen Jones, the wonderful Beat Out That Rhythm on a Drum. This is a show that turns into a party!


A great black tie occasion!



A wonderful Asian extravaganza! Shanghai was the Hollywood of Asia in the 30s. Through song and dance and led by a cast of six, the wonderment of Asia is recreated through Hollywood dance and songs!

A great night for your Asia-Pacific clientele!



Celebrates the musical collaboration of brothers, George and Ira Gershwin. From the beginnings of Swanee, written for the inimitable Al Jolson through to their last song Our Love is Here to Stay, the Gershwins and their contemporaries Cole Porterm Irving Berlin and Jerome Kern created the spine of what is now the modern musical theatre. For an evening of wit, charm, humour and fine singing, we invite you to share an evening that is delightful, delicious and de-lovely - where Anything Goes.



Performed in front of audio-visual slides from selected movies and a cast that ca range from six to 60, chorus of 40, plus a big band, this musical interlude takes the audience through the soundtracks of classical movies. From Goldfinger to Casablanca, from My Heart Belongs to Daddy to Diamonds are a Girls's Best Friend and more.

A sophisticated show that can be tailored to include your message.



Here's a great fun night! Lyrics in songs from the most popular Gilbert and Sullivan operettas including The Mikado, The Pirates of Penzance, Iolanthe and HMS Pinafore are especially rewritten for your event. Our G & S characters then narrate complicated plots associated with your event, singing the especially rewritten arias, duets and of course the famous G & S patter songs.

Great entertainment for your customers or your national sales force.



The fabulous collaboration between Rodgers and Hammerstein - composers of such musical classics as The Sound of Music, Oklahoma, South Pacific, The King and I and Carousel is celebrated in a wonderfully romantic manner. Currently this show features a 70-piece orchestra and a 40-piece boys choir but it can be converted to an exquisitely intimate piece with two singers and piano accompaniment.



Great standards from Broadway and modern musicals sung magnificently by a cast of four of Australia's leading musical performers in this no frills production. Selections from Porgy and Bess, West Side Story, My Fair Lady, Showboat, Fiddler on the Roof, Phantom of the Opera, Chicago and more.