This Otello may not be Grand and Italian, but is all the stronger for it.
Minimalist master’s flawed work sustained by an inspired production.
Two ‘Cinderella’ pieces, but which deserves to wear the glass slipper?
Music by the Icelandic songstress is at the heart of a delightful evening.
Bill Nighy is all shambolic charm in David Hare’s gripping drama.
International guests join Melbourne’s recently returned orchestral heroes.
Henrik Ibsen’s claustrophobic classic still fresh and controversial.
Regardless of the racism thing, this glitzy revival has a lot to offer.
Greek drama’s seldom felt so modern as London’s National Theatre hits the big screen.
Kevin McKenzie’s triple bill earns Australian audience admiration.
Scottish fiddler turns on the Gaelic charm with Mozart, Prokofiev and Elgar.
Khan brings stunning contemporary dance piece to Brisbane Festival.
Bach favourites and rarities well done by Baroque festival.