Betroffenheit | Electric Company Theatre and Kidd Pivot

It not only imitates life, it penetrates the emotional heart of a terrible trauma, re-enacts it, and universalises it in one of the most direct acts of catharsis I have ever seen.

Saul | Glyndebourne Festival Opera

Kosky’s Saul at the Adelaide Festival paves the way for future baroque opera production in Australia.

Richard III | Schaubühne Berlin

From the very opening – a sparkling and glittering party, with very loud music on the sturdy industrial set with monochrome projections flashing about – it was clear that this was going to be different.

Dusty the Musical | The Production Company

Anchored by the great performances from its leads, terrific musical numbers and stylish choreography, this re-imagined and re-vamped version is a proper crowd-pleaser.

Christmas Proms 2016 | Adelaide Festival Centre

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, now that the annual Christmas proms are here.

Porter & Piaf

Porter & Piaf takes a compassionate look into the life, loves and music of both Edith Piaf and Cole Porter.

Oscar and Felix | Adelaide Repertory Theatre

This rewritten – but not re-imagined – version titled Oscar and Felix: A New Look at the Odd Couple integrates modernized allusions and elements into the primary storyline concerns the two mismatched roommates.

Perfect Nonsense | Jeeves and Wooster

Perfect Nonsense makes rib-tickling, crowd-pleasing comedy out of its larger-than-life Jeeves and Wooster tale – and does its subject justice with terrific performances from its cast.

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