We are the lucky country indeed — able to poke fun at our grand leader's derriere and red hair without losing our heads. That said, if you've had a gutful of sound bites, corruption, and so-called scandal, then let out all that frustration and exasperation with a chuckle at Red Wharf: Beyond The Rings of Satire.
Playing at the Street Theatre this week is Monkey Baa's latest incarnation of one of Australia's best-named plays, The Bugalugs Bum Thief. No, it's not quite Shakespeare, but it's closer than one might assume.
Oscar Wilde’s timeless stories are brought to life in this not to be missed production of Wilde Creatures.
Puffs or Seven Increasingly Eventful Years at a Certain School of Magic and Magic looks at the untold stories of the Harry Potter universe, the unsung and unheard of hero’s that make up every great adventure.
Marie Antoinette, Queen of France, was beheaded in October of 1793 after the French Revolution. Then and now the person of Marie Antoinette symbolises concentrated wealth, privilege, greed and conspicuous consumption. Plus ça change.
One night only Melbourne, James Cameron Mitchell writer, actor, performer, and philosopher with Amber Martin, and band presented The Origin of Love: The Songs and Stories of Hedwig.
Who knows what Stage School are feeding their students in rehearsals, but once again they have turned out a bright-eyed, bushy-tailed cast who don't put a foot out of place, with voices ringing as clear as bells.