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This show rocks and bangs but first of all, let’s get this straight: this is not your average circus, this is a rock opera fusion circus.
Carina Roberts as Clara and Claire Voss as the Snow Queen and Sugar Plum Fairy were as light on their feet as fairy floss.
Stuffed full of alternative Australian voices ready to challenge a mostly Anglo Saxon theatrical tradition – The God of Strangers feels like a playful exploration of what is possible for the future.
Adelaide audiences experience a musical evening in Indonesia with this world premiere performance.
Two exhibitions offer a layered narrative of Captain Cook’s Pacific encounters, one that has plenty of space for First Nations voices.
Laughter and intensity are blended in the third part of Neil Simon's trilogy.
MTC’s take on Shakespeare’s tale of desire, love and disguise has a stellar cast but is worth going to for the music alone.
David Marr’s anthology, My Country, burns the names of those who fall under his crosshairs into their political headstones.
The familiar awfulness of Australian politics is clearly a curse but the familiarity of the revue itself is a mixed blessing.
An experience that is quite different to the previous two Star Wars exhibitions at the Powerhouse.
Opening night was musically magnificent thanks to a talented local cast bolstered by two splendid German imports and Orchestra Victoria, filling the State Theatre pit’s expanded Wagnerian configuration.
Playing at Belvoir, this new production of Strindberg’s 1900 classic play, is an increasingly macabre waltz steeped in the chant and repetitions of sacrificial slaughter.
Lixsania and the Labyrinth blazes a maverick path, fusing baroque virtuosity with zealous lusty physicality of contemporary Tango, twisting expectations.
Queensland Ballet’s contemporary season of Bespoke at Brisbane’s Powerhouse delivers a highly energetic outstanding production. A quintessential narrative of modern culture through dance – it's exceptional.
If you’re looking for a great night out at the theatre, a chance to laugh, and a peek back into the 1970s, then these shows are for you.
This collectionof short stories is preceded by a brilliant self-deprecating introduction by Haruki Murakami.
A first-rate piano trio making its debut in Australia concludes the 2018 Musica Viva Season with success.
The cast of kids is a rotating one and on opening night the ones on show were, without exception, amazing forces of talent and energy.
A moving tribute to the fallen.
This devised mix of musical theatre, witty confessionals and thoughful social critique engages, but lacks a consistent thread to convincingly tie the work together as a whole.
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