This cabaret entertainment starts quietly enough, well alright it’s a touch ‘schoolish’ but only for a minute or two, while narrator David Cosma introduces a slice of popular music’s history, a mid-twentieth century’s seminal moment.
Jungr overflows with intensity, she’s a fireball, a force to be reckoned with and with good reason, since she’s unafraid to sing with such heart-jangling and white-hot emotion she appears at times to be hanging by a thread on the brink of madness.
Strictly Gershwin is an electrifying and thrillingly poised ride through George and Ira Gershwin’s music from their larger than life Broadway creations through to the seductive and splendid silver screen tunes they composed for Hollywood.
Much Ado About Nothing is easily one of Shakespeare's most successful works, with a theme ever relevant it remains one of his more hilarious, whimsical and witty comedies.
Opera Australia’s creative choice, to break away from traditional notions of opera and give Kate Miller-Heidke the license to compose the music for their new opera, has resulted in a theatrical masterpiece.