Little Women
I wonder what Louisa May Alcott would have thought.  Her “Little Women” was much bigger than she ever expected, and now it’s an opera with some of her words, but deftly re-written by the young American composer Mark Adamo.

The Gondoliers
From the first curtain raise, I had the feeling that this cast knew what it was doing.

Tense Dave
Tense and thrilling are two words rarely credited to dance, let alone live performance in general.

Krishnan's Dairy
The multiple strands of the piece are deftly woven into a comprehensive and engaging story that catches the audience’s laughter with sighs of sadness.

Hamlet
Prince Hamlet struggles to keep a sense of clear thinking and integrity in a world taken over by a murdering uncle, fratricide no less, and corruption.

Middle Eastern Cultural Festival
The warmth of the autumn sunshine follows me into the shade of the Adelaide Festival Centre Plaza where a ring of tent canopies, stalls and a babble of voices greet me.

Soweto Gospel Choir
Voices ring out in Zulu, Xhosa, Sotho, English and Afrikaans, singing songs from different faiths and nations, singing of the past, of hope, politics, heartache, joy and celebration.

Jet of Blood
Ignite Productions successfully accosts the audience in classic theatre of cruelty style, hauling them from the everyday into a grotesque world of the Young Man’s subconscious.

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This is a production of which any director, cast and theatre company should be proud.