Monkey ... Journey to the West | Kim Carpenter's Theatre of Image

Monkey…Journey to the West combines the beautiful multi-artform presentation of Theatre of Image and an old Chinese story steeped in tradition to make its mark in the last few days of Brisbane Festival.

The Button Event | Queensland Theatre Company

Relating the true story of the illness of MacDonald’s young daughter Lola, this autobiographical work acts as a testament to family, community, science and faith.

Orlando | The Rabble

The Rabble have wrenched apart this classic text and created a new work that highlights the fractured psyche of Orlando, the malleability of gender and the precarious volatility of identity.

A Doll's House | La Boite

The most produced play in the world (outside of Shakespeare), Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll’s House has been given new life for the 2014 Brisbane Festival in a new version by Lally Katz, directed by Steven Mitchell Wright.

The Shadow King | Brisbane Festival

The story told on stage during The Shadow King is a tragedy, but the work is a triumph.

Three Masterpieces | American Ballet Theatre

The production is wisely divided into three discrete acts – each work given time to breathe and be digested by audiences. The importance of this device becomes more pronounced over the course of the production.

Soap | Brisbane Festival

In its second Brisbane Festival run, Soap does not fail to live up to the hype with its unique blend of circus, cabaret and opera filling the Courier-Mail Piazza stage.

Klutz – A Tragicomedy

Melchior, a suicidal young son whose family runs Klutz Books, crawls out the window each night and sits on the roof, planning his demise. One night he meets Hendrick, a neighbour, whose flyaway badminton equipment has brought her to this suicidal young man.

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