About

Since its inception in 2012, The Little Red Company has established itself as one of Australia’s most celebrated independent full-service production houses with unrivalled experience across all areas of live theatre and events including:

  • Producing and event management
  • Casting and talent booking
  • Artist management
  • Tour coordination
  • Corporate entertainment
  • Brand identity
  • Marketing and public relations
  • Graphic design
  • Writing
  • Music direction

At the heart of The Little Red Company’s self-produced work is artform development of contemporary Australian cabaret; drawing together world-class artists from diverse backgrounds and creating commercially viable productions of universal resonance.

The company’s debut work Rumour Has It premiered to critical acclaim at the Brisbane Cabaret Festival in November 2012 and has since toured nationally to venues and festivals around Australia including the iconic Sydney Opera House, Hamer Hall and The Adelaide Cabaret Festival. Rumour Has It has enjoyed an Arts Queensland supported regional tour, received a Matilda Award for Best Musical or Cabaret, a Groundling Award for Best Musical Production, and a Sunday Mail Critic’s Choice commendation. In September 2016, Rumour Has It received its international premiere to tremendous acclaim at The Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre.

Wrecking Ball, the second production in the company’s planned trilogy of pop-culture cabaret works, debuted at Brisbane Powerhouse as part of the inaugural Queensland Cabaret Festival and has since toured to several Queensland venues to great acclaim.

Additional producing credits include the debut solo tour of The Voice Australia‘s Luke Kennedy; original Australian music theatre work How To Make Snow (Edmund Rice Performing Arts Centre, 2012); and The Good Room’s I Should Have Drunk More Champagne as associate producer (Metro Arts, 2013).

The Little Red Company is committed to providing artists with professional development opportunities at all stages of their careers, and nurturing creative relationships across disciplines.

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