Tosca | WA Opera

Giacomo Puccini’s opera in three acts, Tosca, originally premiering at the Teatro Costanzi in Rome in 1900, is one of the jewels in the Italian composer’s crown.

Disappointments | Judith Lucy & Denise Scott

Popular comedians Judith Lucy and Denise Scott have officially eschewed “stand-up comedy”. No, they are tired and have opted for the relaxed option of “lie-down comedy”.

Matilda the Musical

Matilda is the kind of cult classic you don’t want to botch. It’s a novel that’s dear to many reader’s hearts (my own included), so the stakes are high.

The Manganiyar Classroom | Can & Able Theatres and Bhoomija Trust

There are some beautiful young spirits in this cast, who attack each song with unbridled energy and enthusiasm. Their ability to hold both pitch and focus throughout a very warm performance was commendable.

Lady Eats Apple | Back to Back Theatre

Utilising a talent base of actors with disabilities, Back to Back Theatre aim to create contemporary performances based on the experiences and imaginings of participants and, in the process, devise works that hold more universal truths.

Meeting | Antony Hamilton Projects

It is clearly an extraordinary work, performed by outstanding talent and composed with great thought and precision, but it is less of a shared experience between audience and performers, and more a polarising exercise in insular boundary-pushing.

Opus No. 7 | Dmitry Krymov Laboratory

It is dynamic, epic in scale and utterly fearless, both joyously painful and terribly uplifting.

A O Lang Pho | Nouveau Cirque du Vietnam

Australia has undoubtedly been embroiled in a love affair with Vietnam over the past decade.

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