The iconic British theatre company begin their Australian tour with a Noel Coward classic.
Bartlett Sher’s production keeps South Pacific younger than springtime.
A middle-eastern celebration bounds to life in this cross-cultural collaboration between composer and songwriter.
Incoming Principal plays a blinder, suggesting Perth may be the place to be in 2014.
Hunding’s misbehaving trousers fail to scupper a new ship launched on Sydney’s operatic waters.
Rafael Bonachela’s erotically charged choreography shines new light on Benjamin Britten.
American composer-conductor John Adams leads the SSO in a concert of virtuosity, euphoria and good old fashioned fun.
A torturous text but there’s much to admire in the telling of this torrid tale of the Argentinian underworld.
A tragic tale of family loss in this latest offering from the State Theatre Company of South Australia.
From Haydn’s rheumatics to Hindson’s supernova, this young quartet is an object lesson in ensemble.
Flu lays low both leads but this tale of municipal committees and May Kings is still quids in.
John Bell’s new production of Puccini’s “shabby little shocker” is far from shabby but still a shocker.
Britten’s response to the Vietnam War receives an auspicious Aussie premiere at long last.