Tina Arena gives us a vocally high flying Evita in Hal Prince's original production.
Amber McMahon is an absolute maniac in Dario Fo's political farce.
A stand-out Portia’s wit carries Pop-up Globe’s Merchant of Venice.
One of the world's most beloved fairy-tales is a magical experience for all ages in this production.
A one-man take on Animal Farm, Judy Garland’s final days and an all-female reimagining of Williamson’s The Club are just some of the highlights.
Pantomime and slapstick rule the day in a gleefully brash production.
The Australian circus company's new work for the Brisbane Festival pairs Stravinsky and Schubert.
Though unevenly realised, this is a committed take on a notoriously difficult to stage work.
Power and family are in the spotlight in STC’s 2019, Kip Williams explains, with a swathe of new plays alongside modern classics like Lord of the Flies, Così and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.
The Pop-up Globe's Dream offers buckets of laughter and splattering blood.
The versatile, busy UK composer talks about her sublime score for Memorial opening soon at Brisbane Festival and London’s Barbican Theatre.
As a revival of Hal Prince’s original staging of Evita heads for Australia, Sir Tim Rice explains how a dangerously glamorous Argentinian dictator turned out to be surprisingly good for him.
Miriam Margolyes, Shakespeare in Love and Kiss of the Spider Woman make up Melbourne Theatre Company’s 2019
An exciting new season that balances international plays with new and classic Australian works.