MLOC Productions - Musical Theatre

What is MLOC for Melbourne Theatre Entertainment?

MLOC Productions is a musical theatre company based in Melbourne, performing quality musical theatre productions twice-yearly at the Phoenix Theatre in Elwood. Our focus is on quality and fun. We pride ourselves on providing quality musical theatre entertainment and we have a lot of fun doing it!

Why musical theatre? Because musical theatre has been an universal entertainment, a talent development and a teaching vessel for communities throughout the ages.

We take pride in our work creating opportunities for amateur actors whilst providing the community with top class professional performances..

MLOC is a non-professional not for profit organisation which offers quality musical and drama entertainment.

Latest Theatre News - Acting Awards, Music Awards and More...

Tuesday, February 01, 2011
CATS is now available to schools, colleges and dance schools.

We have available for hire a full set of CATs costumes. For further details contact Margot on (03) 9808-9775.

A Guide to Our 2014 Musical Theatre Shows


MLOC Productions' June 2014 show is:

 Thoroughly Modern Millie


Performances: Friday 13th to Saturday 21st June 2014 at the Phoenix Theatre in Glenhuntly Rd, Elwood in Melbourne.

Contact us for information.

For online ticket purchases payable by credit card please go to BOOKINGS.

Please Note: EARLY BIRD discount of $2.00 per ticket apply from 10pm 28th of February until the 11th of April.

Previous Stage Production Shows

There has been many shows produced by MLOC Productions. The Pirates of Penzance staged in 1980 was a sensation.

Since that time this musical theatre company has produced such well known musicals and dramas as:

Our passion for live theatre did not stop there. We further entertained our Melbourne audience with:

  • The Merry Widow
  • Countess Maritza
  • Gigi
  • Man of La Mancha
  • Jack the Ripper:The Musical
  • The Sound of Music
  • Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat

And many more musicals and theatrical performances...

Usually there are 2 musicals produced each year. If you want to obtain more information about shows or about auditions for a role then please contact us with your enquiries.


MLOC on Stage

Camelot Melbourne Musical Theatre

Camelot - 2011

King Arthur's court comes to life!

Pippin Melbourne Musical Theatre

Pippin - 2011

Amazing cast. Thoroughly entertaining show!

Annie Melbourne Musical Theatre

Annie - 2010

Fantastic family entertainment - a great show!

White Christmas Melbourne Musical Theatre

White Christmas - 2009

Fantastic entertainment for intellect, soul and passion!

Beauty and The Beast Melbourne Musical Theatre

Beauty and the Beast - 2009

Amazing cast ... great reviews!

Previous Musical Shows

MLOC Musicals

Road for improvement never ends...

Contact Melbourne Musical Theatre

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MLOC Productions is a Melbourne musical theatre company.
We provide stage based professional amateur musical theatre to Melbourne audiences from the Phoenix Theatre in Elwood Melbourne.
Our next show is 'Witches of Eastwick' opening June 2012.
MLOC have been providing musical theatre-based entertainment to Melbourne audiences for over 60 years.
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