There's a lot of shouting, there's a lot of baiting and insulting, there's a lot of teasing, provocation and vitriol, and a good measure of humour.
Wudjang: Not the Past is, among other things, a powerful wake-up call to non-indigenous Australians like me. After almost 250 years we shouldn’t need it, but we do.
Italian baroque with Circa is an inventive attempt to relate the unrelateable, by two Australian ensembles at the height of their powers.
There are so many amazing moments in this show, I will try not to spoil the surprise by describing too many of the twists and turns in characterization, storytelling and absolutely amazing bubble work.
Albion gives us a real family, capricious, irresponsible humans in a mess.
Darcy has an incredible voice and an obvious passion for French language particularly. She is not a native speaker yet has an intimate knowledge of its tones and subtleties.
The rustle of leaves, cleansing and enlivening the stage, cultures coming together through the sound of the Didgeridoo: close your eyes and feel the passing of the moon, the sun and the earth awakening. The marriage of sounds coming from the musicians – storytelling never sounded so beautiful.
It is an amazing tour de force to perform all three of Stravinsky’s early ballets in the same concert. A tour de force for the conductor, for the orchestral players, and for the audience.
High school. It’s a place many of us do not wish to revisit. Awkward teenage years, hormones, and the unspoken rules that decide who reigns supreme in the social structure effect all students throughout their tenure.
After two roller coaster years of emotions, delays, and setbacks, we are excited to announce that Melbourne Fringe will be returning for 2022. More than ever, we need superstar volunteers to help run the joint and bring their magic sparkle to our fantastic Fringe Festival Hub and Signature Events across Melbourne.
The fighting may be continuing in war torn Ukraine but one theatre company is determined that its annual festival will take place in Kyiv this month and it is inviting theatre lovers and theatre companies across the world to join in.
State Library Victoria is offering creatives and scholars a share in $190,000 to support in-depth inquiry into the State Collection and bring fresh perspectives to Victorian life and history, as part of the 2023 Fellowships program.