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This show not only sizzles with supergiant energy but it’s a timely rebuttal to the whitewashing of Australian identity.
An extravagant production of Puccini’s posthumous and deeply flawed masterpiece.
With an ensemble of astonishing depth Counting and Cracking is culturally, dramatically and comically rich.
A terrific blend of circus and Mozart's music – a totally enchanting show.
Moominpappa at Sea is a delightful way to kick off your new year of theatre and immerse the little ones into the enchanting world of theatre.
Wonderful acting, inspired choreography, special effects galore, and enough energy to leave you on a sugar high. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is exactly what one wants in a big musical.
An exciting adaptation of Gabrielle Wang's book A Ghost in my Suitcase. Barking Gecko bring us a wonderful ghost busting tale.
A raw, engaging experience, and perhaps a breath of fresh air for jaded theatre types.
Ten years on from its Australian debut, Jersey Boys has returned to a well-deserved standing ovation in Brisbane.
A flawless performance by Ryan Hawke as Mr Toad is one of the highlights of this exuberant and playful production staged in Melbourne's Royal Botanic Gardens.
A charming work and good cast held back by a worn and ineffective production.
North by Northwest is the perfect holiday escape.
Director Damien Ryan’s theatrical genius is on full display in this must-see rendition of Shakespeare’s timeless history cycle.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year!
The set design for The Gruffalo's Child is very simple but effective. There’s also lots of participation required from the kids including calling out, singing and dancing.
In 2018 we see Sydney Dance Company’s 23 graduates in this thrilling program, which was an exciting mix of five short works.
Mark Gatiss deserves all the praise for his role as King George III.
With an engrossing story, shrewd female perspectives, complex shed debrief and some excellent physical comedy, including moustache work, The Club is great fun to watch, even if football shits you.
Broadway legend Hal Prince has recreated his original 1978 production of Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Evita starring local pop legend Tina Arena.
Actor, artist, activist, songman – Dubboo is a shining tribute full of warmth and affection for a much loved complex man. A wonderful tribute to David Page.
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