Brother Boy
Brother Boy by Nic Velissaris is very Greek, very Australian and very Melbourne, and it is clearly very personal.

Angels in America | new theatre
Director Alex Galeazzi’s take on Tony Kushner’s breathtaking work Angels in America is a commanding and potent night of theatre, but does it deliver on the play’s Millenarian promise?

Richard 3 | Bell Shakespeare

One of Shakespeare's History plays, and the fourth longest in the entire canon, Richard III is a tricky piece and has the potential to just become a mass of talking heads coupled with bloody chaos.

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Fury | Red Stitch Actors Theatre

From one of Australia’s most acclaimed playwrights, Red Stitch Actors’ Theatre's description of Joanna Murray-Smiths’ Fury as, ‘a scintillating, often hilarious and profoundly provocative work,’ feels somewhat understated for failing to mention “Seat flinching discomfort.”

Christian McBride’s New Jawn

‘Saving the best til last’ is how the Melbourne International Jazz Festival announced legendary bassist Christian McBride on the festival’s closing night.

Saint Joan | Sydney Theatre Company

STC’s new production of Saint Joan comes firmly recommended, reworking Shaw’s original text in a robust new version filled with passionate and moving performances.

Snow White | Ballet Preljocaj

This production of Snow White is spectacular. Strong and sensual woman lead the way and this production will change the way you view this classic fairy tale.

The House of Bernarda Alba | Melbourne Theatre Company

While a lot has changed on the outside since Lorca’s time, socially and politically, not a lot has changed on the inside, where the patriarchy still rules with an iron fist.

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