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Brett Boardman - Nov 16, 2014
A lover and a fighter, Cyrano de Bergerac is a man’s man. Peerless in battle and heroically eloquent in love, what he lacks in physical allure he makes up for in swordplay and wordplay. In this lavish production, Richard Roxburgh dons the nose that launched a thousand quips. With the irresistible panache that Australian audiences have fallen in love with time and again, Roxburgh proves that the brain can be the greatest erogenous zone.
Brett Boardman - Nov 10, 2014
Somewhere in the Swiss alps, a grande dame of best-selling crime literature lives with an impressive collection of books, and a somewhat sinister collection of guns and knives. She finds solace in her seclusion, her cats and cigarettes. But when a mysterious international visitor barges in to her home unannounced, will her love of fictional murders become a dangerous reality?
Johan Persson - Oct 16, 2014
As Blanche’s fragile world crumbles, she turns to her sister Stella for solace – but her downward spiral brings her face to face with the brutal, unforgiving Stanley Kowalski. Visionary director Benedict Andrews returns to the Young Vic following his Critics’ Circle Award-winning Three Sisters. Photography by Johan Persson.
Lisa Tomasetti - Oct 14, 2014
In 2014, The Australian Ballet embarks on its 33rd International Tour, travelling to Los Angeles and Berkeley with the much-loved, world-acclaimed production of Graeme Murphy’s Swan Lake. This will be the company’s ninth tour of the United States – adding to the 87 cities across 37 countries the company has visited in its lifetime since 1965. All photography by Lisa Tomasetti.
Brett Boardman - Oct 13, 2014
Taking their DIY drag and high camp comic bite to hilarious new lows, Declan Greene and Ash Flanders are putting the silver-screen diva front and centre. Garbo, Collins, Davis, Taylor, Hepburn... and Beverly Dumont.
Wendell Teodoro - Oct 9, 2014
Louder Than Words features two world premieres, one by Sydney Dance Company’s Artistic Director Rafael Bonachela and the other by European star Andonis Foniadakis, both showcasing award-winning dancers stretched to their physical limits in an awe-inspiring Sydney exclusive season. Photography by Wendell Teodoro.
Brett Boardman - Sep 24, 2014
Amanda Wingfield is a single mother. Her son Tom works in a warehouse, her daughter Laura is studying to become a secretary. The three of them live in a small apartment pent up with fantasies and urges and rage and wounded tenderness. It is not a magnificent existence, but each of them has one true idea for a better life. Enter the Gentleman Caller… Photographs by Brett Boardman.
Jeff Busby - Sep 24, 2014
When the unthinkable happens, Scully, a decent hearted Australian embarks on a race across Europe desperately trying to locate his missing wife, with his young daughter Billie in tow. A bold reimagining of an acclaimed Australian novel, with a score featuring bouzoukis, piano accordions, fiddles and the sublime recorder playing of Genevieve Lacey. Directed by Malthouse Theatre’s Artistic Director Marion Potts, The Riders stars Barry Ryan as Scully, returning to the Victorian Opera stage after his critically acclaimed portrayal of the title role of Nixon in China. Photography by Jeff Busby.
William Jeffery - Sep 19, 2014
The Perfect American imagines the final months of Walt Disney’s life, including mythical imaginings of Abraham Lincoln and Andy Warhol. This visually spectacular production designed by Dan Potra and directed by esteemed international theatre director Phelim McDermott, includes a stunning international and Australian cast, led by conductor Gareth Jones. Featuring British baritone Christopher Purves as Walt Disney, Cheryl Barker as Hazel, Douglas McNicol as Roy Disney, Donald Kaasch as Dantine, Marie McLaughlin as Lillian Disney and Kanen Breen as Andy Warhol alongside the Opera Queensland Chorus and Queensland Symphony Orchestra. All photographs by Dan Swinbourne .
William Jeffery - Sep 16, 2014
On a bitterly cold London evening, schoolteacher Kyra Hollis (Carey Mulligan) receives an unexpected visit from her former lover, Tom Sergeant (Bill Nighy), a successful and charismatic restaurateur whose wife has recently died. As the evening progresses, the two attempt to rekindle their once passionate relationship only to find themselves locked in a dangerous battle of opposing ideologies and mutual desires.