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- Jul 19, 2014
Victorian Opera presents Stephen Sondheim's musical exploration of fairy tales and what happens after happily ever after. A star cast includes Queenie van de Zandt as The Witch, Olivia Cranwell as Rapunzel, Elise McCann as Florinda, Angela Scundi as Lucinda, Lucy Maunder as Cinderella, Matthew McFarlane as Cinderella’s Prince, Jeremy Kleeman as Rapunzel’s Prince, David Harris as The Baker, Christina O’Neill as The Baker’s Wife, Josie Lane as Little Red and Matthew McFarlane as The Wolf. All photos by Jeff Busby
- Jul 17, 2014
Paul Stanhope and Steve Hawke's epic choral cantata turns an Aboriginal freedom fighter into a musical legend thanks to inspired performances by Gondwana Voices and a host of soloists. All photos by Jane Dempster.
William Jeffery - Jul 15, 2014
Rafael Bonachela's multi award-winning work, 2 One Another, weaves a vivid, exultant and sensual study of human interaction – charting the myriad actions and reactions, gestures and relationships, connections and disconnections that make up a life.
- Jul 13, 2014
Lucy Prebble's brilliant play about love and clinical drug trials is staged by Sarah Goodes for Brisbane and Sydney with a cast including Anna McGahan, Angie Milliken, Mark Leonard Winter and Eugene Gilfedder. Photos by Lisa Tomasetti.
William Jeffery - Jul 7, 2014
An Italian chimney sweep seduces the women of the household in which he works, in order to bargain for his future. Composed by Antonio Salieri, The Chimney Sweep is a sexy, fun comedy, filled with characters all shamelessly indulging their appetites. All photographs by Keith Saunders.
William Jeffery - Jul 7, 2014
Three outstanding singers go head-to-head in Opera Australia's and Harry Kupfer's bold production of Verdi's Otello, based on the Shakespeare play. Direct from triumphs at New York's Metropolitan Opera and La Scala Milan, New Zealand tenor Simon O'Neill is Otello.
Clive Paget - Jul 1, 2014
Performing from Shanghai to Beijing, the SSO’s China tour involves getting 102 musicians and $4.5 million in instruments through seven concerts in 12 days.
William Jeffery - Jun 24, 2014
Verdi's dark tale glitters with passion and suspense in this glamorous new production from Opera Australia and Roger Hodgman. Tell your jokes, lock up your daughter and trust nobody. All photographs by Branco Gaica.
Sam Gillies - Jun 15, 2014
The Emperor declares an all-encompassing war between every man, woman and child, until there are no survivors. Death is offended by the Emperors declarations and renders mankind unable to die. As thousands of soldiers are “wrestling with life, doing their best to die”, the empire descends into anarchy.
William Jeffery - Jun 12, 2014
Bangarra tells the story of Patyegarang, the inspirational journey of a potent Indigenous spirit alive in Australia’s past and present.