Miss Saigon | Cameron Mackintosh
This fun, dramatic, emotive and often clichéd musical has been performed around the world since its inception in 1989.

The Shape of Things
Would you let a lover’s influence change your world?

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Red Cap, the story of Pat Mackie, iconic ‘leader’ of the Mt Isa mines dispute of 1964 delves into Mt Isa’s dark days when principles fought against the easy way out.

The Love of the Nightingale | Opera Queensland
The Love of the Nightingale is a new Australian opera, that is both contemporary and classic in its style, content and performance.

The Glass Menagerie | Queensland Theatre Company
This play was explicitly emotive and often painful, giving you the feeling that even with the distance of time and a fictitious story the human condition remains the same

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Like a series of short films thrust into the arena of live performance, the concept was great and had me hooked well before the evening arrived.

Hansel and Gretel | Opera Queensland
Fresh, lively and exciting, Hansel and Gretel benefits greatly from the in-built knowledge the audience has of the story.

Ivy Shambitt and The Sound Machine
It’s Desperate Housewives by way of Tim Burton and Lemony Snicket in this little community, where women and their daughters dress in matching pastels and popularity is a never-ending cause for anxiety.

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