A change of lead halfway through doesn't quite sink Brisbane Festival's compelling Peter Grimes.
To music by Schubert and Stravinsky, Circa gives us a thrillingly athletic portrait of civilisation's destruction and rebirth.
Warhorses come up fresh in Steinbacher and Ashkenazy’s hands.
A stunning and powerful contemporary rendering of an ancient story.
Tina Arena gives us a vocally high flying Evita in Hal Prince's original production.
This one-woman show by Paul Grabowsky and Steve Vizard reveals soprano Emma Matthews still at her peak and exploring new possibilities.
Jessica Pratt and Caitlin Hulcup lead Victorian Opera’s fourth and final Bellini opera in concert with vocal and dramatic flair.
Amber McMahon is an absolute maniac in Dario Fo's political farce.
A stand-out Portia’s wit carries Pop-up Globe’s Merchant of Venice.
One of the world's most beloved fairy-tales is a magical experience for all ages in this production.
Pantomime and slapstick rule the day in a gleefully brash production.
Moments of brilliance shined through during this romantic tour of Spanish music.
Though unevenly realised, this is a committed take on a notoriously difficult to stage work.