Requiem | Adelaide Festival

Adelaide Festival opens with a wow!

Shrek the Musical

The latest stage adaptation of a Hollywood animation, Shrek the Musical, opens in Melbourne.

The Importance of Being Earnest | Malthouse Theatre

The Malthouse Theatre has opened their 2020 program with a classic, The Importance of Being Earnest, perhaps Oscar Wilde’s most beloved play.

Faust | Opera Australia

The myth of Faust, a brilliant man who sells his soul to the devil in return for a life unconstrained by any moral laws, fascinated the 19th century.

Confessions of a Mormon Boy | Steven Fales

Entertaining, educating, devasting and uplifting, Confessions of A Mormon Boy is a story of extremes.

Pink Mancini with Ali Bodycoat, Libby Hammer and Rob Pring

After the enormous success of Bringing Bach Bacharach, clever collaborators Libby Hammer and Ali Bodycoat have a new tribute show to film theme composer Henry Mancini.

The Spoils | Flight Path Theatre

Ben wants to be a victor, but being a self centred dickhead does prove a problem. Narcissistic, neurotic Ben is the agonising protagonist of Jessie Eisenberg’s The Spoils.

Pomona | Secret House

Pomona is a play about the commodification of the body, especially the bodies of women. More shockingly, it presents this anatomical monetising presided over and propagated by women.

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As You Like It | Melbourne Theatre Company

It’s been a long time coming, but the Melbourne Theatre Company’s production of William Shakespeare’s As You Like It finally premiered at the Sumner Theatre.

Humble Boy | Adelaide Repertory Theatre

Bees, death, astrophysics, entymology, string theory, words, and most of all, relationships are all features of this engaging play, but you don't have to know anything about any of them to be able to enjoy this final production for 2021 of the Adelaide Rep.

Can of Worms | The Wharf Revue

After twenty-one years with the Sydney Theatre Company, the Wharf Review has jumped ship, so to speak, dropping their anchor of satirical rancour and mooring at the York Theatre in the Seymour Centre.

Love, Loss and What I Wore | Come One Come All Productions

The soul of this piece is not the clothes themselves but what is hidden or declared in reference to the garments and how the characters and the people in their lives remember them.

Prayer Machine | Red Stitch Actors' Theatre

It’s been a long time in the making but Red Stitch Actors' Theatre was at last able to present the world premiere of Prayer Machine

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2021 Creative Partnerships Awards

Creative Partnerships Australia announce the seven remarkable 2021 Creative Partnerships Awards recipients who generously provide support to enhance arts and culture across Australia.