With Johnny Carr and Geraldine Hakewill shining in the central roles, Simon Phillips' production is the real deal.
Such a sublimely beautiful production, it was hard to tear your eyes away.
A glittering new musical comedy about a poorly understood and often underestimated force of nature – teenage girls in love.
Lucy Bell and Simon Gleeson give febrile performances in Hilary Bell’s gothic thriller.
Steven Oliver’s new play about family grief and human connection balances heartbreak and humour beautifully.
The collective power of fangirls is huge, director Paige Rattray tells us ahead of the new musical coming to Queensland Theatre and Belvoir.
After 21 years and 65 musicals, Jeanne Pratt’s company will stage its final musical next May. Details will be announced in November when it stages Ragtime.
With the opening weekend of the Brisbane Festival in full swing, we check in with the outgoing Artistic Director.
A View from the Bridge starring Rose Byrne and Bobby Cannavale, a new play from Angus Cerini, and the musical Fun Home are among next year’s highlights.
Six Australian plays, five of them new, a Tony Award-winning musical and contemporary writing from overseas – all relevant to today, says AD Brett Sheehy.
Simon Phillips talks about meeting Tom Stoppard, how The Real Thing is beautiful as well as brilliant, and why Australian actors need to understand that for Stoppard the brain is sexy.
From Virginia Woolf and Caryl Churchill to brand new works by Michelle Law and S. Shakthidharan, Eamon Flack’s latest season seeks to make sense of the “bewilderment and insanity” of 2020.
This issue includes features on streaming classical music, the life of Tchaikovsky, English actor Maxine Peake, Kronos Quartet, Tom Stoppard and more.