The Boite Millennium Chorus has been wowing audiences for the past 18 years and is set to do it again with more than 3
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The concept of ‘a moment’ is a popular one with lyricists. Mr Sondheim loves them as we know, and on Friday night it w
Emily Tomlins is one of the many talented young artists who make Melbourne their home and she is excited that a mainst
Independent theatre company, 15 Minutes from Anywhere, presents the Australian premiere of Cuckoo at fortyfivedownstai
Of Mice and Men, the oft-studied, and highly polarizing classic of American literature is taking to the Seymour Centre
Jonathan Church will succeed Andrew Upton as Artistic Director of Sydney Theatre Company (STC), it was announced today
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Opera Australia Artistic Director Lyndon Terracini AM and leading theatre producer John Frost AM will present a brand ne
Lacking the inchoate anarchy that has marked previous season launches, The Blue Room Theatre still stayed well away fr
The winners of the 2015 Helpmann Awards were announced last night in front of a full house at a star studded ceremony at
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Eagles Nest Theatre’s take on Arthur Miller’s famous play is performed in the church-like (and cold) interior of the Brunswick Scout Hall, which helps bring about the atmosphere of Puritan Salem in Massachusetts, where the famed witch-hunts took place in the late 17th century.
Tuesday, 09 June 2015 | Read more
With the legendary Alfred Hitchcock at the helm and an iconic score by Bernard Herrmann, the movie is one that is so well known, adapting it for the stage could be considered an exercise as treacherous as one of Roger Thornhill’s cliff hanging escapades.
Ballet and fairies are a match made in heaven. Ballet seems the perfect art form for depicting fairies and fairies the perfect subject for showcasing ballet. From the moment The Dream starts, with a flutter of green skirts and petite wings as fairies flock the stage, it feels truly like a dream becoming real before your eyes.
How incongruous it is that the name of this piece is The Song Was Wrong, when every single element within it was so right. So much better than right though, it was exquisite, breath taking, provocative and captivating.
Sunday, 07 June 2015 | Read more
128. Barney McAll Quintet
There is an element of the prodigal son in Barney McAll’s tribute to Mooroolbark, an area east of Melbourne. Barney explains that 'Mooroolbark' is the name given to his hometown by the Wurundjeri people (“moorool” meaning great water and “bik” meaning place).
Friday, 05 June 2015 | Read more
Venus is Fur is a play within a play, inspired by a book. Written by David Ives, it is a smart, funny, feminist discourse on fetishes, power and female objectification, with elements of a gothic thriller, crackling with suspense and a hint of threat.
Thursday, 04 June 2015 | Read more
Four Seasons in One Night is the tale of an Irish boy, who moved to Australia, went to New York and took on the role of a boy from Jersey. The Irish boy is Bobby Fox and the boy from Jersey is Franki Valli who’s rags to riches journey was made into the award winning Broadway sensation Jersey Boys.
Thursday, 04 June 2015 | Read more
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