Madama Butterfly
This otherworldly clarity, which breaks down language barriers and reforms new connections with the audience, is not only due to the intensity of the music, but also to the skill of the performers themselves.

The Year Nick McGowan Came to Stay
Based on local author Rebecca Sparrow’s prequel to The Girl Most Likely, The Year Nick McGowan Came To Stay is an affectionate musical ode to growing up in Brisbane in the 80’s.

Charlie Pickering
I don’t think I have seen this many young, fun, excited under 30-year-olds at a theatre production ever.

The Complete Works of William Shakespeare
The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) is incomparably funny, outstandingly witty and deliciously bad Shakespeare.

Hamlet
QTC’s Hamlet as a performance, while good, doesn’t quite live up to its awesome expectations.

Mirage

Dancer James Cunningham uses a combination of dance and data projection to draw the audience into a strange new perceptual space.

Lotte's Gift
Lotte’s Gift is beautiful, enchanting, humourous and heartbreaking. It is what any good play should be. But it is more than just good. This performance, is inspiring.

John Gabriel Borkman
Ibsen’s theatre revolution changed theatre to something that was art and not just entertainment. QTC’s production of this Ibsen classic, was not even entertaining.

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