Just some more quotes found to include in my essay.
'…A mostly Australian production team and crew, American and British pop songs, a Parisian backdrop, the Bollywood-inspired show-within-a-show, numerous anachronisms that refuse to stay confined within the specified time setting of the late nineteenth century – disrupt the Classical ideals of artistic unity and integrity and suggest new postmodern geographies and temporalities.' (Yang, 2010)
'Moulin Rouge, a film that itself is a delirious ode to spectacle, from cabaret and the brothel, to can-can dancing, opera, musical, comedy, dance, theatre, popular music, and film. A postmodern pastiche of popular music styles and hits.' (Kellner, 2003, 6)