Catherine Della Bosca

Member since: Sunday, 20 September 2015
Catherine Della Bosca
Hits: 1826

A new cultural institution, the Australian Music Vault, was unveiled on Monday, in a purpose built exhibition space within the Art Centre Melbourne. Described by Victoria’s Minister for Creative Industries, Martin Foley, as “more than just an exhibition space, it’s the beating heart” of...

Created: 21 December 2017
Hits: 1424

Penned by the multi-talented Eddie Perfect, Vivid White, explores the modern day Melbourne real estate market, with erudition and devastatingly witty and warped musical numbers.

Created: 28 November 2017
Hits: 1774

“In a world built for one” Bambert lives alone in his attic – immersed in a world with characters from his stories.

Created: 31 October 2017
Hits: 902

Horrible Harriet revels in her horribleness, as she struts her stuff at the Art Centre Melbourne, courtesy of CDP Theatre Productions.

Created: 28 September 2017
Hits: 715

Jacob Rajan delivers an utterly sublime performance, portraying all seventeen characters in the Guru of Chai – an award winning and original work from decorated New Zealand theatre company, Indian Ink.

Created: 28 August 2017
Hits: 1377

Family, time, love, cultural identity, the migrant experience, magic and aging – themes which manifest as disappointment and frustration, resentment, compromise and broken promises.

Created: 09 August 2017
Hits: 1573

In a world premiere at the Fart Centre Melbourne this week, the phenomenally successful kidult comedy duo, The Listies, adapted their giggle-inducing, extremely awesome, disgustingly clever, word-smashing dictionary, Ickypedia, to the stage.

Created: 14 July 2017
Hits: 866

Like a deliciously addictive treat, cabaret performer, Michael Griffiths, leaves you wanting more and more. Successfully combining cabaret with storytelling, this Helpmann Award Winner, sits at a piano and appears to oh so effortlessly, play and sing and raconteur.

Created: 10 July 2017
Hits: 2166

“Follow the beat of the city and your life never goes off-key” but for three Indian migrants, who just can’t get the city’s rhythm right, Rashma N. Kalsie’s play, Melbourne Talam, dissects their plight in vivid, authentic detail.

Created: 10 May 2017
Hits: 1255

Oh my! Be still my exuberant heart.

Created: 09 April 2017
More Articles ...