A magnificent performance by Anthony Warlow in the title role is the unforgettable highlight in a lacklustre production.
Does hip-hop US history musical live up to the hype? And then some.
Clare Watson directs Oriel Gray’s neglected, and radical, newsroom comedy.
International theatrical phenomenon Harry Potter and the Cursed Child and Belvoir's Counting and Cracking lead the way with eight nominations each.
An infectious interactive experience from which there's no escape, even for the cautious bystander.
A fateful phone call between an aging star and an emerging starlet becomes the vehicle for an unforgettable evening of exquisite cabaret.
Anthony Warlow tells Jo Litson that he has refound his theatre mojo in the demanding role of the Demon Barber of Fleet Street.
Helen Dallimore delivers the gold at end of the rainbow.
Shakespeare’s star-cross’d lovers return to the stage with a few modern touches.
Kat Stewart and Peter Kowitz are both impressive, but the relationship explored in the play feels somewhat improbable.
Queensland Theatre and Brisbane Festival are to stage a theatrical adaptation in September 2020, directed by Sam Strong.
Suzie Miller's play is a gripping, empathetic look at how the law routinely fails victims of sexual assault.
Great music and visuals save David Bowie’s existential musical from total alienation.