Eddie Perfect’s new satirical play is an unpredictable, often caustically funny poke at its white, middle-class audience.
The Company is returning the Downstairs Theatre to indie artists, among other investments in the future of Australian theatre.
Amanda Muggleton delivers caustic humour, flying insults and real vulnerability as Maria Callas.
The renowned musical theatre performer is relishing being in Eddie Perfect's new satirical "play with songs" about the Australian obsession with real estate.
With a fantastic score and a brilliant Muriel, the musical of the iconic film more than lives up to the hype.
A bruising night in the theatre with a play that pulls no punches.
Upton's Australian Chekhov is by turns funny and scouring.
A visually stunning, traditional production of the much-loved, classical musical.
The programme includes Jordi Savall, Jean-Efflam Bavouzet, Taipei’s U-Theatre and the Michael Clark Company.
Australian music, Ross Edwards celebrates a milestone birthday, and a new music micro festival in CRH’s 2018.
A real-life husband and wife turn savage in Joanna Murray-Smith’s adaptation of Scenes from a Marriage.
Lally Katz’s sprawling epic is a wild ride with plenty of heart.
Plus, the secrets of Rembrandt and Vermeer and why Monteverdi’s sex and politics shocker is the 17th century’s GoT.