Despite Justin Fleming’s witty, rhyming text this production never quite gets into top gear.
Cloudstreet is the centrepiece in a 2019 season steeped in horror, Malthouse AD Matthew Lutton explains.
Highlights include an epic in Sydney Town Hall, a new play about the Packer Dynasty, and Colin Friels in Life of Galileo.
The September 2018 issue of Limelight Magazine features a celebration of Jørn Utzon's mighty Sydney Opera House, Composer of the Month Peter Sculthorpe, and much more.
The September 2018 issue of Limelight Magazine is now on sale featuring Jørn Utzon's mighty building, Australian composer Peter Sculthorpe as Composer of the Month, and much more.
It was inspired by a children’s pop-up picture book. Founding Artistic Director Miles Gregory explains why the Pop-up Globe has been delighting audiences so much you can often hear the noise from 200 metres away.
Writer PJ Hogan has won the Musical Theatre Award and the David Williamson Prize, which will see funding go to the creation of new Australian work.
A cleverly staged show that is gory, ghostly and very well performed – though not really that scary.
Exciting world premieres and a co-production with Sydney Theatre Company make this a bumper season.
The legendary American actor is to star in a 2019 Melbourne season of 33 Variations, about a musicologist studying Beethoven’s creation of the Diabelli Variations.
Sharp, humorous performances give a dated musical plenty of life.
Lee Lewis announces five challenging mainstage plays including world premieres by Mary Rachel Brown, Suzie Miller and Meyne Wyatt.
Kate Mulvany's adaptation of Ruth Park’s monumental trilogy of novels soars.