Sista She And The House Of The Holy Bootay

Sista She was in the house. And it certainly wasn’t a house that one would normally find a feminist comedic hip hop duo.

Rod Quantock
The man who, rubber chicken on a pole, once took bemused Melburnians on an impromptu tour of unlikely places, leads his audience up the stairs at the Swiss Club singing Eidelweiss.

I Get The Music In You

Van De Stool is a catty, competitive, never-hit-the-big-note singer turned snake-oiled music therapist.

How Do You Like Your Eggs
Andrea Powell delivers quick random humour embedded in a punchy and well crafted self-written script, as she talks to her audience about her personal experiences of modern dating including the many ‘nutjobs’ she has encountered.

Phobia
A detective develops a fear of heights after a chase across city rooftops leads to a near fatal fall. It’s this weakness that will prevent him from saving the wife of a close friend from falling to her death from a bell tower. Sound familiar?

Il Trovatore
This is an original and powerful production that blends history and realism with the fantastic and the romantic. Musically it is satisfying and uplifting. Dramatically, it grows from an uncertain opening to a lively and passionate second act.

Die Roten Punkte
If you think you are ready to enter the huffy, self-absorbed, playfully morose and simply idiotic world of simpleton-sibling rock, then enter the world of Berlin’s Otto and Astrid Rot.

The Barber of Seville
Blessed with good humour, a magnificent score, and a leading lady to write home to mother about, the production never really displeases – even when it’s difficult to hear – and is, more often than not, almost helplessly endearing.

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