Apocalypse Meow: Crisis Is Born | Meow Meow

Without question one of the most astoundingly talented people I have ever seen and a lady worthy of incredible international demand.

Photograph 51 | Melbourne Theatre Company

Rosalind Franklin was one of the greatest scientists of the 20th century with her x-ray image, ‘Photograph 51’, revealing to the world for the first time that the intricacies and structure of DNA was in fact a double helix.

First Love is the Revolution | Griffin Theatre Company

Rita Kalnejais’ play First Love is the Revolution sounds like a love story set in social tumult but the revolt concerns not two star crossed lovers, but two cross species lovers, human Basti and vixen Rdeca.

Orpheus & Eurydice | Opera Queensland

I have rarely heard an audience so unanimously thrilled by something innovative in an opera performance. This is a wonderful experience of theatre.

The Underpants | Sugary Rum Productions and Seymour Centre

It’s snickers over knickers in The Underpants.

The Glad Tomorrow | Katie Noonan and the Australian String Quartet

For those of us who were there, down to every man, woman and child, this was a performance that will linger long into our lives.

Ragtime | The Production Company

As its final show in our gorgeous State Theatre, The Production Company offers Melbourne a truly wonderful and benevolent parting gift in Ragtime.

Only You | James Flynn & Leah Guelfi

In Only You, Flynn creates a storyline about a young couple Joe and Marie, and the ups and downs of their romantic relationship.

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