Opening Gala | 2019 Melbourne Cabaret Festival

Cabaret in Melbourne is thriving and each year, the genre receives a very healthy boost with a dedicated festival.

Escaped Alone | Red Stitch Actors Theatre

Heralded for her sharply observed social commentary and imaginative theatrical experimentation, Caryl Churchill has been prolific since her first work for stage premiered at London’s Royal Court Theatre Upstairs in 1972.

Il Viaggio a Reims | Opera Australia

The dominance of Michieletto’s visual approach is bold and naughty. It turns opera on its head. It does so as a bandaid for lack of spectacular voices, vocal virtuosity, understanding of Italian and acting skills.

The Believers Are But Brothers | Javaad Alipoor & Kirsty Housley

All of things, All of the time, All at once... too much and yet a true reflection of the internet.

Return to Escape from Woomera | Applespiel

Important topics, live issues, interactive discussion and video games? Yes please.

Heisenberg | Melbourne Theatre Company

Heisenberg is about uncertainty, of taking the plunge into the unknown with a stranger, a lover, a friend and to start really living.

Cloudstreet | Malthouse Theatre

Cloudstreet is a big budget piece with lots going for it, in fact there’s simply too much story to squeeze into the two-part production which can either be consumed over one day or two.

Mr Burns: A Post-Electric Play | Lightning Jar Theatre

Returning to fortyfivedownstairs after a sold out season, Lightning Jar Theatre presents Mr. Burns: A Post-Electric Play.