Featuring two musicals, three festivals, a new dance work from Australian Dance Theatre and a Chinese New Year Concert with the ASO.
Songs became heartfelt, sometimes humorous theatre in the hands of a masterful actor-singer, who gripped the audience in this intimate concert.
Sarah Peirse is masterful as a Miss Docker we'll all recognise.
With a bit of trimming and a more energetic, full-voiced realisation of the songs and the text, this piece would shine.
It will be the first time Jacobs has worked for the company, and the first time that Bell has staged Titus.
British musical theatre's rising star is the latest at the helm as Global Creatures' creature goes global.
Two new Australian operas, an Estonian choir, the eight-hour theatrical tour-de-force Gatz and a host of "Made in WA" productions feature.
The November 2018 issue features Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg, Mandy Patinkin, Jan Vogler and Bill Murray, plus our 2019 Season Preview.
Zahra Newman commands in this keen dissection of grief.
Melissa Bubnic has set Ibsen’s classic in a monstrous Gold Coast mansion.
Queensland Ballet is challenging choreographers to take a risk with the art form.
The line-up includes the Mahler Chamber Orchestra, Moscow's Sretensky Monastery Choir, and Meryl Tankard's Two Feet performed by Natalia Osipova.
A delightful show that tips its lid to G & S, and features a tour de force performance by Mitchell Butel.