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Enda Walsh’s musical is a classic boy-meets-girl romance with terrific singing and great chemistry.
An atmospheric and deeply moving picture book brought to life, packed with wry humour and pointed insights.
Indigenous playwright Meyne Wyatt’s debut hits the mark.
Despite some frustrating directorial choices, this gay WWII-era musical romance moves and fascinates.
From bewigged airheads to mysterious animated black beetles, the fast-moving visuals and dramatic intensity of Anna Bolena brings history into a lively tech-take, with vibrant singing to match.
73 days after Notre Dame was ravaged by fire, Cyril Gely’s Diplomacy - depicting Paris’ near-obliteration by Adolf Hitler - opens at the Ensemble Theatre in Kirribilli.
This contemporary repackaging of Bartók's 1911 opera is intriguing, playful and original, with moments of brilliance.
The blend of tradition with innovation and technology ushers us into a new era – there is no going back – and frankly who wants to after viewing this Madama Butterfly production.
A showcase of grace, splendour and exceptional athleticism from the renowned Russian company as part of the QPAC International Series.
From dancing with mops to wrestling with a fitted sheet, this new circus production is inventive, warm and quietly distinctive.
Presented as part of the Bolshoi's exclusive, 11-day visit to Brisbane, this spectacular ballet features almost supernatural displays of airborne artistry by Igor Tsvirko.
Zahra Newman performs Kenneth Cook's Australian Gothic story of alcoholism and machismo in this one-woman show directed by Declan Greene.
Two memorable productions at this year's Melbourne Cabaret Festival.
Kate Wyvill’s newest work is a comic delight with meaty themes, and certainly packs a punch.
Celia Pacquola stars in this celebrated yet rarely performed Australian award winner of yesteryear.
Colin Thiele’s 1964 novel comes to the stage in this mesmerising MTC and Queensland Theatre co-production.
The messy failures (and even messier successes) of puberty are laid bare in this delightful roller coaster of a show.
David Campbell swings Adelaide for one night only.
An exhilarating, muscular performance.
Rory Godbold’s play illustrates the anguish of waiting to die.
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