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This production transcends any age barrier to bring the purest of theatrical magic to the Capitol Theatre in a glacier clear reflection of Disney values.
PIPPIN is undeniably spectacular with high-octane choreography and staging, but this 70s revival production has thin moments.
The Christmas story becomes a salve, a symbol of warm hope after a year of trauma.
Come along and slap your thighs and stamp your feet to a musical that will never die!
An impressive battle of wills for a bed with a view.
No shortage of portraits on the Sydney Theatre Company stage as Oscar Wilde is re-envisioned and revered by a remarkable performance, state of the art tech and inspired directorial vision.
The quote describing 'dancers as space-eaters' was not coined with site-specific works directly in mind, but it certainly rings true for the in-situ show SITU-8.
This outstanding play by Angela Murphy welcomes back live theatre performances in Cairns.
After such long confinement His Majesty's grand old theatre opens its doors once again.
The original Maestro 10 Concert by the Queensland Symphony Orchestra (QSO) in 2020 had been scheduled for this weekend.
Aurélien Scannella celebrates eight years as Artistic Director of the West Australian Ballet company.
An apt response for the times we live in.
The ASO continues its celebration of Beethoven’s 250th anniversary year.
Theatre reinvents itself through lush, sexy storytelling in a sacred space.
After six months of little live music and few events in South Australia, this Adelaide Festival favourite is back new and improved!
A sense of the open, of fear, and of the possibility of danger pervades this mysterious and emotional production.
Concertmaster Natsuko Yoshimoto farewells the ASO with an exhilarating performance.
The Bard’s most farcical play was a flawless choice for TheatreiNQ's pandemic-aware return to the stage.
Adelaide audiences enthusiastically embrace Australia’s first mainstage post-COVID production.
In this scary era of the rampant COVID-19, a live theatre performance like Welcome to the Masque was a rare treat.
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