Jacqueline Bublitz

Jacqueline "Rock" Bublitz is a Melbourne-based writer who saw a local production of Annie aged 5, and was never quite the same. Since that first transformative experience, she has been lucky enough to experience musical theatre all over the world. Many of her favourite productions have played right on her doorstep here in Melbourne, and she loves this about her creative home town. In addition to a day job in media, Rock has just completed her first novel, 'The Memory of Stars'. She also blogs about life and love at www.bodyremember.com (where she shamelessly mines the world of musical theatre for inspiration!).
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BWW Preview: 'I'm in!', New Doors Open When THE GOOD WIFE ReturnsBWW Preview: 'I'm in!', New Doors Open When THE GOOD WIFE Returns
Posted: Sep. 14, 2014


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BWW Reviews: All the Tears! All the Stars! A Moving DO YOU HEAR THE PEOPLE SING? in ShanghaiReview: A Moving DO YOU HEAR THE PEOPLE SING? in Shanghai
Posted: Dec. 6, 2013


This Is Your Brain On Musical Theatre: with CARRIE The MUSICAL's Chelsea GibbThis Is Your Brain On Musical Theatre: with CARRIE The MUSICAL's Chelsea Gibb
September 20, 2014

From classic musicals like CHICAGO, and THE KING AND I, to newer works, including WILD PARTY and the original Australian production, DREAMSONG, Gibb has played lead roles across a wide range of musical theatre genres - and now she's adding horror to the list in CARRIE the MUSICAL.
BWW Preview: 'I'm in!', New Doors Open When THE GOOD WIFE ReturnsBWW Preview: 'I'm in!', New Doors Open When THE GOOD WIFE Returns
September 14, 2014

As we get ready for the season 6 premiere of THE GOOD WIFE, we take a look at where we left our gang of lawyers and political players last season, and speculate on where they might be heading next (caution - mild SPOILERS and wishful thinking ahead).
BWW Reviews: More Paean Than Parody in BRITNEY SPEARS: THE CABARET in AustraliaBWW Reviews: More Paean Than Parody in BRITNEY SPEARS: THE CABARET in Australia
July 27, 2014

Under the musical direction of Mathew Frank, Whelan-Browne lets Britney's songs reveal telling stories often lost within their pop/heavily auto-tuned original versions. Familiar songs, from Out from Under, to Toxic to Lucky are suddenly interesting, and often achingly autobiographical in content.
BWW Reviews: Contortion, Cavorting and Conscience at Circus Oz's BUT WAIT  THERE'S MOREBWW Reviews: Contortion, Cavorting and Conscience at Circus Oz's BUT WAIT THERE'S MORE
June 21, 2014

With design by Filipe Reynolds, the Circus Oz big top sets a scene that is equal parts boardwalk vaudeville, smoke-tinged jazz club, and old-school, sawdust in the ring traveling tent. Costumes and lighting enhance these elements, and the performers themselves bring it all to life with exuberance, humour - and boundary-defying talent.
BWW Interviews: Sibling Revelry - BWW Chats with Ann Hampton Callaway & Liz Callaway as They Head for OZBWW Interviews: Sibling Revelry - BWW Chats with Ann Hampton Callaway & Liz Callaway as They Head for OZ
May 30, 2014

Broadway and Cabaret fans will get the best of both worlds when the Callaway sisters bring their brand of Sibling Revelry to Australia in June. Chatting with BroadwayWorld Australia on the eve of their trip to Oz, the siblings talk theme songs, proudest moments, 'sister lunches' and cocktail courage.
BWW Reviews: A Little Slice Of New York - And A Whole Lot Of Heart: David Campbell Sings John BucchinoBWW Reviews: A Little Slice Of New York - And A Whole Lot Of Heart: David Campbell Sings John Bucchino
May 27, 2014

The best cabaret hurts your heart a little, it tells you something about life, and love. This, then, is cabaret at its finest. Bucchino's songs are beautifully detailed accounts of his life - of love affairs, and mistakes, and risks taken - essentially, all the things worth singing about.
MTC's GHOSTS Is A Production Of Restrained TheatricalityMTC's GHOSTS Is A Production Of Restrained Theatricality
May 24, 2014

For a modern audience, the strength of a classic work can also be its Achilles' heel. So it is with Ibsen's GHOSTS - the 19th Century writer's words are so on point as to feel contemporary, yet this realism also exaggerates any hint of melodrama present on stage.
This Is Your Brain On Cabaret (Like A German!) - Seven Questions with HansThis Is Your Brain On Cabaret (Like A German!) - Seven Questions with Hans
May 20, 2014

He teaches Princesses to dance. He's been immortalised in Bobblehead form. He holds world records (Accordian! Madonna! 29.5 hours!). And he's performed to sold-out crowds all over - well, everywhere! Meet Hans, the international one-name Cabaret sensation ...
BWW Recap: The Walls Come Down on THE GOOD WIFE FinaleBWW Recap: The Walls Come Down on THE GOOD WIFE Finale
May 20, 2014

If there's a central theme of The Good Wife, it is that nothing stays hidden. The past catches up to you. Because whether it's via the NSA, a bedroom webcam, or a teleconference feed, someone is always watching, always listening
BWW Recap: Crossed Lines on THE GOOD WIFE's 'The One Percent'BWW Recap: Crossed Lines on THE GOOD WIFE's 'The One Percent'
May 12, 2014

The penultimate episode of Season Five begins and ends with a protest at the status quo. We start with a grand gesture a pie smashed into the face of a mercenary executive. And end with something much more personal, as an estranged husband answers the late-night knock of a pretty, attentive girl.
BWW Recap: Saints, Heroes & Ghosts Entwine on CBS's THE GOOD WIFEBWW Recap: Saints, Heroes & Ghosts Entwine on CBS's THE GOOD WIFE
May 5, 2014

Will. Will is dead. And even when The Good Wife goes retro, the game-changer that was his death looms large. Full credit to the writers here; like Diane, The Good Wife writers are channeling Will Gardner's ghost, and beautifully ...
BWW Recap: Saints & Sinners Try Not to Unravel on THE GOOD WIFE's 'Tying The Knot'BWW Recap: Saints & Sinners Try Not to Unravel on THE GOOD WIFE's 'Tying The Knot'
April 28, 2014

For anyone questioning the show's sustainability after Josh Charles' sudden departure - and I'm not blaming you! - these subsequent episodes have provided an emphatic answer. Without Will. And in no small part because of Will. The Good Wife just keeps getting better.
BWW Interview: Once Before I Go - New York-Bound David Harris Talks Solo Show TIME IS A TRAVELLERBWW Interview: Once Before I Go - New York-Bound David Harris Talks Solo Show TIME IS A TRAVELLER
April 21, 2014

David Harris is a boy from Oz. He's a good-looking, easy-going, hard-working country boy. Who just happens to possess a voice that can stop your heart a little. It's a voice that has, over the course of two decades, taken him on a journey from Lycra-wearing, high-school outsider, to charismatic leading man of the Australian musical theatre stage. And now New York is calling ...
BWW Interviews: Australian Performer Rachael Beck Releases First Solo Album, THIS GIRLBWW Interviews: Australian Performer Rachael Beck Releases First Solo Album, THIS GIRL
March 15, 2014

Australian performer Rachael Beck has now added another achievement to her impressive CV - solo recording artist. This month marked the debut of This Girl, a ten-track album that journeys from Sondheim to Rihanna, right through to Beck's own composition, the closing track, Perfect Day.
A Peek Behind the Curtain into the World of 'Do You Hear The People Sing?' is My BroadwayWorld Highlight of 2013A Peek Behind the Curtain into the World of 'Do You Hear The People Sing?' is My BroadwayWorld Highlight of 2013
January 5, 2014

Headlined by Michael Ball and Lea Salonga, two of musical theatre's biggest stars, the chance to go behind the scenes of Do You Hear The People Sing? in Shanghai was an opportunity not to be missed.
A Heart Full of Cause - Lea Salonga to Headline a Special Do You Hear The People Sing? Benefit Concert in ManilaA Heart Full of Cause - Lea Salonga to Headline a Special Do You Hear The People Sing? Benefit Concert in Manila
December 29, 2013

Fresh off the successful opening of the Asia-Pacific tour of Do You Hear The People Sing? in Shanghai, international musical theatre stars Lea Salonga, David Harris and Marie Zamora will reunite in Manila for two special benefit concerts to aid victims of Typhoon Yolanda.
BWW Reviews: All the Tears! All the Stars! A Moving DO YOU HEAR THE PEOPLE SING? in ShanghaiBWW Reviews: All the Tears! All the Stars! A Moving DO YOU HEAR THE PEOPLE SING? in Shanghai
December 6, 2013

All the tears! All the stars! as Lea Salonga and Michael Ball headline a moving Do You Hear The People Sing? in Shanghai.
This Is Your Brain On Musical Theatre - The Grease Edition!This Is Your Brain On Musical Theatre - The Grease Edition!
October 27, 2013

This is your brain on Greased Lightning! BWW catches up with the kids from Rydell High in a special edition of This Is Your Brain On Musical Theatre.
BWW Interviews: This is your Brain On Musical Theatre with DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS' Matt HetheringtonBWW Interviews: This is your Brain On Musical Theatre with DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS' Matt Hetherington
October 14, 2013

As he prepares for opening night of DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS at Sydney's Theatre Royal, Matt Hetherington took some time out to share a little of his brain on musical theatre - and what it's like to play one of comedy's great roles.
BWW Interviews: This Is Your Brain On Musical Theatre with the Wicked and Wonderful Jemma RixBWW Interviews: This Is Your Brain On Musical Theatre with the Wicked and Wonderful Jemma Rix
October 13, 2013

Elphaba is one of the great female roles of modern times, and she requires a powerhouse performer to portray her. Only the best get to try it, and Australia's Jemma Rix has nailed it more than 800 times since taking on the role. Here, she shares a little of her brain on musical theatre - and tells us what she thinks makes Wicked such a strong, special show.


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