Home Grown

Musical theatre by Australian writers

A place to experience the best and newest material written by the Australian industry's own music theatre writers.

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Home Grown Song Spotlight

We've partnered up with the folks at Theatrepeople to provide some new and interesting content for all you Australian musical-theatre fans out there. Every two weeks we're shining a spotlight on one of the wonderful pieces of music available for purchase in our store.

Have a look at this weeks Spotlight piece - this one focusing on 'No One Will Bruise' by Matthew Lee Robinson.

Home Grown Song Spotlight

We've partnered up with the folks at Theatrepeople to provide some new and interesting content for all you Australian musical-theatre fans out there. Every two weeks we're shining a spotlight on one of the wonderful pieces of music available for purchase in our store.

Have a look at this weeks Spotlight piece - this one focusing on 'One Small Spark' by Katie Weston.

Home Grown Song Spotlight

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We've partnered up with the folks at Theatrepeople to provide some new and interesting content for all you Australian musical-theatre fans out there. Every two weeks we're shining a spotlight on one of the wonderful pieces of music available for purchase in our store.

Have a look at our third Spotlight piece - this one focusing on 'Murphy's Law' by our very own Home Grown creators Hedger & Nicholson.

Home Grown Song Spotlight

We've partnered up with the folks at Theatrepeople to provide some new and interesting content for all you Australian musical-theatre fans out there. Every two weeks we're shining a spotlight on one of the wonderful pieces of music available for purchase in our store.

Have a look at our first ever Spotlight piece - this one focusing on 'Boyband' by Matthew Lee Robinson.

 

 

Writing, Motherhood and the Complicated Life - Amity Dry on her original Australian musical

There are certain things in life that people tend to sugar coat; their diets, their relationships, how long they browse on facebook before bed. In the age of sharing our life on social media, we’ve all become savvy publicists for ourselves, showing only the most flattering angles and the images that make us look like our life is the most exciting and most enviable in all of facebook-land. Out of all the important things we want to tell the world we are getting right, it’s only natural that people tend to sugar-coat that wonderful experience, motherhood.

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