Bring It On The Musical | David Venn Enterprises

A classic teen flick of the naughties, Bring it on beloved by teenagers across the world for its snappy dialogue, and rich beautiful teenagers who seemed to only have to worry about one thing, winning nationals at the Cheerleading Championships.

Solaris Tonight | Malthouse Theatre

A planet that has believed itself to be alone within the vastness of the universe at long last has an opportunity to connect with another intelligent life force.

Wake in Fright | Malthouse Theatre

Wake in Fright is an extraordinary, at times unexpected and very confronting hour of theatre. It is the astounding physicality, vocal dexterity, sheer commanding stage presence of Zahra Newman that brings the people of this outback town to life.

Broken Romantics: A Unicorn’s Quest For Love | Emma Dean

Taking her all over Australia and far beyond, Emma Dean has been touring Broken Romantics: A Unicorn’s Quest For Love for the past two years, and despite being the alluring cover girl of this year’s festival, there was sadly only two opportunities to see this wonderful show.

Storm Boy | Melbourne Theatre Company

Presenting iconic work is of course duplicitous. On one hand there is the hefty marketing potential of drawing upon a known commodity and on the other, an enormous capacity to disappoint. MTC have succeeded on both fronts. 

Wunderage | Circus Oz and Company 2

Wunderage unfolds around, above and beside you, there are no lines of separation. It is a journey taken together. One that will leave you exhilarated, if not a little breathless.

Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street | TEG Life Like Company

This is without question another ‘born to play’ role for one of this country’s finest performers and genuinely leaves previously versions trailing somewhere far behind.

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