Vibrant performances drive Lin-Manuel Miranda’s heartwarming In the Heights.
An exciting, ambitious new Australian play, in six languages, that unites the personal and political in powerful, moving fashion.
Amber Wagner blazes as Puccini’s icy princess.
A moving story about two Romanian Jews seeking refuge in Canada, spliced with exuberant klezmer songs.
The Paris of the East glitters seductively in Sydney's West.
It's maybe not as thrilling a show as some of Willy Wonka's confectionery, but there's plenty to enjoy.
A well-crafted piece of theatre that requires a constant negotiation of what it means to be an audience member.
Australians make a strong case for Saariaho’s well-travelled oratorio, but can’t entirely overcome the work's curiously dissatisfying nature.
Full of stage magic and illusion, HOME at the Sydney Festival offers a touching look at the intimate moments that make a house a home.
Omar Musa’s politically-charged show tells pointed, moving personal stories about life in Australia today.
A cast of uncommon distinction headed by Joyce El-Khoury's powerful Mimì makes this revival feel anything but routine.
A refined sound from the orchestra, with stellar soloists and deft work from the Adelaide Chamber Singers.
The production is beginning to show its age, but the dancers bring it to life with joyous exuberance.