Cock | 15 Minutes from Anywhere

John and his long-term male partner power toward separation in a series of fiery exchanges. Leaps in time and toxicity are punctuated like a boxing match leading ultimately to the most unexpected of revelations; John has met and begun an emotional and sexual relationship with a woman.

Wozzeck | Opera Australia

This production is an overwhelming triumph. The conductor, Andrea Molino, understands the score so deeply that by the third scene the musical language seemed completely natural, embracing both lyricism and disjunction comfortably.

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