Messenger can blast and soar with the best of them, but she also compels when she purrs.
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Important, clever, significant, different, troubling, collective, inspiring challenging, connecting, questioning and very very funny.
Heather Bloom stars in her one-woman-show Anti-Heroine, where casting has begun for an undisclosed live action fairy-tale remake, and there is fierce competition for the role of the villain.
In 1980, a young Cameron Mackintosh created a revue of Lehrer’s work and Tomfoolery has enjoyed more than 200 productions since.
Summoning tension, gasps and applause this perilous playground rocks with elegant harmonious symmetry alongside a toybox of other acrobatic devices only the brave and trained would dare to mess with.
It starts in a sleazy hotel room. An older man enters with a much younger woman. From the moment they walk in, it’s uncomfortable.
Intimate, heart breaking and warm, this journey toward the end of a relationship simultaneously grants a glimpse backwards into the shaping of a life lived together.
Melbourne Theatre Company is doing what we absolutely expect – great plays in solid hands showcasing the finest we have on theatrical offer.