An impressive Sydney debut by British choir Tenebrae at the Sydney Festival.
A witty, hypnotic response to Virginia Woolf's Orlando.
A lush and evocative series of skilfully narrated performances.
A sovereign adaptation by William Zappa that shows us just how much war impoverishes the human spirit.
A bold, stark staging that draws you into an intense, emotionally complex, gripping production.
There are some stunning dance scenes, and plenty of biographical information, but overall the production doesn't quite take flight.
Vibrant performances drive Lin-Manuel Miranda’s heartwarming In the Heights.
An exciting, ambitious new Australian play, in six languages, that unites the personal and political in powerful, moving fashion.
A moving story about two Romanian Jews seeking refuge in Canada, spliced with exuberant klezmer songs.
The Paris of the East glitters seductively in Sydney's West.