MLOC Musical Theatre Shows

Spamalot - Phoenix Theatre - June 2015

MLOC presents Monty Python's Spamalot

Go to our Spamalot Site

SPAMALOT retells the legend of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table in their search for the Holy Grail, and features a bevy of beautiful show girls, not to mention cows, killer rabbits, and French people. Did we mention the bevy of beautiful show girls?

This modern musical comedy is written by Monty Python's Eric Idle who describes it as ‘lovingly ripped from the movie, “Monty Python and the Holy Grail”’. Differing slightly from the 1975 movie but remaining a ‘highly irreverent parody’ of the medieval legend of King Arthur of England.

The show pokes fun at the legend of King Arthur and musical theatre stereotypes. With lots of laughs and catchy musical numbers you will want to see this show more than once.

The 2004/2005 Broadway production was nominated for 14 Tony awards and has had numerous successful runs in many countries. MLOC is proud to present its production of Monty Python's Spamalot and is sure it will delight and amuse people of all ages.

Go to our Spamalot Show Site

The Producers - Phoenix Theatre - November 2013

The Producers

The Producers tells the story of a down-on-his-luck Broadway producer, Max Bialystock, and a nerdy, young accountant, Leo Bloom, who concoct a scheme to raise thousands of dollars from backers and then put on a flop of a show. With all the money that will be leftover, the pair will be rich! Only one thing goes wrong: the show is a gigantic hit!

Pippin - Melbourne 2011

MLOC presents Pippin. with music & lyrics by Stephen Swartz (Godspell, Wicked) and book by Roger O. Hirson

Pippin is based on the life of Prince Pippin, son of King Charlemagne who reigned 768–814 AD. The Leading Player and his troupe tell of Pippin’s experiences as he strives to have an extraordinary life. Pippin traverses through the trials of war, love, and politics before finding himself out amongst the peasants - away from the wealth and privilege of royal life. He ends up falling in love with a widow, Catherine. In the end, the Leading Player tries to convince Pippin that an extraordinary life must have an equally extraordinary end and to just commit suicide. Pippin resists and decides to spend the rest of his life with Catherine and her young son living a simple, but happy life.



Annie - Melbourne 2010

MLOC presents the timeless classic Annie. based on the book by Thomas Meehan, with music by Charles Strouse and lyrics by Martin Charnin.

It is 1933 and eleven-year-old Annie is in the Municipal Girls Orphanage, along with Molly, who is six, Kate, who is seven, Tessie, who is ten, July, who is twelve, Pepper, who is twelve and Duffy, who is thirteen. When Molly awakes from a bad dream at 3:00AM, Annie comforts her. Molly then asks her to read the note her parents gave her in 1922, when she was left at the doorstep of the orphanage. The note says that her parents will come pick her up, so Annie is always hopeful that they are still out there.

Check the rest of the Annie story here.

White Christmas Show - Melbourne 2009

MLOC presents a stage adaptation in November/December of the 1954 film White Christmas, rewritten in 2004, with seven additional songs not found in the movie and written by the composer/lyricist Irving Berlin.

The story tells of four friends (played by Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, Rosemary Clooney and Vera Allen in the film) who, as entertainers, rescue a retired Army General's post WWII holiday venture, the Columbia Inn in Pinetree, Vermont, from financial ruin because of the lack of snow.

And then... check the rest of the White Christmas story here.

Beauty and The Beast Show - Melbourne 2009

Once upon a time - a spoiled selfish YOUNG PRINCE lived in a glorious castle. One night an old beggar woman asked for shelter from the bitter cold.

Repulsed by her the Prince turned the old woman away. Warned not to be deceived by appearances, for beauty is to be found within, and the old woman's ugliness melted away to reveal a beautifull ENCHANTRESS.

As punishment, she transformed him into THE BEAST and placed a powerful spell on the castle and all who lived there. She gives him an enchanted rose, and if he could learn to love another and earn their love in return before the last petal fell, the spell would be broken.

And then... well, the rest of this beautiful and energetic story is not to be missed.

Cats Show - Melbourne 2008

"Cats are much like you and me". They have their own family home but venture out at night to meet with the rest of their tribe.

Once the humans have left, the cats reveal themselves on stage. They explain to the audience the world of the Jellicle tribe.

The cats then explain that cats have three different names. The name used by the family, a more dignified name and a secret name.

Tonight is a special night for the Jellicle tribe. For tonight is the night of the Jellicle Ball, where one cat will be chosen to journey to the Heaviside Layer to be reborn into a new Jellicle life.

If you missed this spectacular theatrical performance then check the rest of the Cats Show story here.

Oliver Show - Melbourne 2008

Oliver Twist is a young boy who lives in a workhouse with other orphaned boys. When Oliver disrupts a meal by asking for more, he is sold to a local undertaker and his family.

They treat Oliver horribly and make him sleep under the coffins. Oliver escapes and runs off to Paddington Green, where he quickly befriends another young boy, the Artful Dodger.

Dodger takes him to his home, an academy for orphans who learn how to be pick-pockets run by a kind, yet slightly sinister, old gentleman named Fagin....

Pity if you missed the Oliver Stage Production in 2008. It was an award winning spectacle - see Oliver details here.

Previous Stage Production Shows

The Pirates of Penzance staged in 1980 was a sensation.

Since that time this musical theatre produced such well known plays and musicals as:

  • Oliver
  • Cats
  • Kiss Me Kate
  • South Pacific
  • The Mikado
  • Oklahoma!


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 you enquiries.

Preview of Melbourne Stage Production Shows

MLOC Productions has been entertaining Melbourne audience for decades. Take a look at our theater "evolution".

Over the years we have increased our acting experience, improve musical talents and fulfil entertainment.

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MLOC on Stage

Witches of Eastwick Melbourne Musical Theatre

Witches of Eastwick - 2012

Devilishly Good Fun!


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!


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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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