Mirage

Dancer James Cunningham uses a combination of dance and data projection to draw the audience into a strange new perceptual space.

Rusalka
Opera Australia this year presents Dvorak’s Rusalka, a work rarely staged in this country and a welcome departure from the standard Italian or German repertoire.

heroes_cov
Stephen MacDonald’s play is comprised of predominantly, and richly, imagined details of a legendary meeting of minds and souls: those of English poets, Siegfried Sassoon & Wilfred Owen.

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