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Keith Saunders - Jul 6, 2015
Photography by Keith Saunders.
Lisa Tomasetti - Jun 12, 2015
Photography by Lisa Tomasetti and Jhuny Boy Borja.
- Jun 12, 2015
Photography by Heidrun Lohr.
Lisa Tomasetti - Jun 6, 2015
Photography by Lisa Tomasetti.
Jeff Busby - May 11, 2015
"This is Sir David McVicar’s third crack at Mozart’s masterpiece of sexual morality (or lack of it) and if anything, his view of the work has darkened over the years. And by shifting the action subtly into the Romantic (or in this case, distinctly Gothic) period, he heightens the emotional conflicts at he heart of Da Ponte’s story. Among the numerous lights that McVicar shines on the murkier aspects of the drama, his particular attention here is on the ambiguities and hypocrisies prevalent in a society beginning to button its sexual pants and blouses in preparation for a century of Victorian values. McVicar’s men and women view that inhibiting prospect from a range of different viewpoints. Donna Anna might go there; despite his pious protestations Don Ottavio would probably rather not; and it’s too late to help poor Donna Elvira. At its heart though is Don Giovanni, a man who will go there, prophetically, over his own dead body. The degree to which the women in his life are tempted to walk the Don’s path is what gives this production its emotional breadth and its remarkable degree of sexual tension." Clive Paget, July 2015.
Prudence Upton - May 7, 2015
Photography by Prudence Upton.
- Apr 8, 2015
The great Arthur Miller confronts the American dream in this dark and passionate tale. In Brooklyn, longshoreman Eddie Carbone welcomes his Sicilian cousins to the land of freedom. But when one of them falls for his beautiful niece, they discover that freedom comes at a price. Eddie’s jealous mistrust exposes a deep, unspeakable secret – one that drives him to commit the ultimate betrayal.
Richard Hubert Smith - Apr 8, 2015
Following 2011’s sell-out The Damnation of Faust, director Terry Gilliam and ENO Music Director Edward Gardner reunite to forge this remarkable new production of Berlioz’s rarely-performed Benvenuto Cellini.
- Apr 8, 2015
Hugo Weaving returns to Sydney Theatre Company in Samuel Beckett’s modern masterpiece, which takes the end of the world so seriously it will make you laugh.
Robert Hubert Smith - Mar 31, 2015
Pulitzer Prize-winner Katherine Boo spent three years in Annawadi recording the lives of its residents. From her uncompromising book, winner of the National Book Award for Non-Fiction 2012, David Hare has fashioned a tumultuous play on an epic scale. Starring Meera Syal. Photography by Richard Hubert Smith.

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