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Perfectly placed, this production was performed at the intimate Genesian Theatre, where in the early 1970s a young actor called Nick Enright began working and performing.
More aptly "wet" side story, the show on the harbour opened, but it was a lost opportunity as a classic line was favoured over a more contemporary.
A touch of Seville in Adelaide’s Victoria Square from State Opera South Australia.
A new play by Kate Mulvany is impeccably realised in this outstanding Ten Days on the Island and Tasmanian Theatre Company co-production.
Two grand masters unite for success under the sympathetic baton of Asher Fisch.
The second weekend of Ten Days on the Island featured everything from contemporary performance in a black box theatre to a chamber orchestra playing in a vineyard.
The hit musical that has toured the planet to rapturous reviews, has arrived in Brisbane with a huge ‘Hello!’.
A masterful production that should become a classic.
Narrated by one of Australia’s’ favourite actors, Noni Hazlehurst, the evening proved to be heart-warming and entertaining.
Initially lulling its audiences into complacency, Erika Sheffer’s Russian Transport is a disturbing production that's well worth sticking with.
This production is spectacularly relevant, brilliantly performed and scary as hell.
Mulvany is superb in this one woman show.
Tasmania’s biennial Ten Days on the Island is the only ‘whole of state’ arts and cultural festival in Australia; Kath Melbourne immerses herself in the program over three successive weekends.
Bizet’s opera reimagined with a contemporary flamenco flare and an emphatic declaration of freedom.
This show delivers up what Monty Python fans are likely hoping it will, and also stands on its own as a great musical experience for patrons not familiar with the Python oeuvre.
With the potential to become something of a cult-classic, People Suck does well to deliver an entertaining piece of theatre.
Magnificent, moody Mozart from the brilliant players of the Mahler Chamber Orchestra.
The world premiere of Ron Elisha’s Unsolicited Male brings the #metoo movement to the workplace.
Smooth, cool and gracious, one of the best ensembles of its kind.
An awkward feminist production focused on the objectification of women that attempts to ‘turn the coin’ on Oscar Wilde’s misogynistic play.
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