This adults-only cabaret takes time to really connect but ultimately delivers plenty to enjoy, even in its more solemn moments.
This new show captures the spirit of Reg Livermore's seminal 1975 solo show, cleverly combining old and new material for audiences today.
The beloved wedding rom-com gets a smart, sharp update in this world premiere.
A lush and evocative series of skilfully narrated performances.
The sassy, exhilarating show combines musical theatre and a pop concert in one glorious blast as it reframes history in a contemporary setting.
The little-known story of Australia’s first Indigenous sporting hero, Johnny Mullagh, finds its way to the stage.
The musical based on the Dreamworks film is witty, warm and windy.
Kang Wang thrills as Rodolfo in an impressive house debut.
It may not quite live up to its name, but the audience clearly enjoyed the new space themed circus show.
Sparkling ensemble playing in Schubert's irresistible quintet.
Barrie Kosky's company debut goes beyond shock value to the human drama at the heart of the opera.
DiDonato and Nézet-Séguin make a bold case for a woman's-eye view of Schubert's winter journey.
A birthday feast celebrating the breadth and depth of a great career.