As part of her remarkable Density 2036 project, extraordinary flautist Claire Chase gives the world premiere of a work by Liza Lim in New York.
A solid cast and a few bursts of genuine laughter could not firm this limp, over-extended play.
A marvellous adaptation of a heart-warming tale for our times, brilliantly recreated by shake & stir theatre co.
An improvisational powerhouse pushing the limits of jazz, blues, and middle eastern music, live and intimate at the Utzon Room.
A delightful, soothing recital of music that traces the trajectory of the art song over the last 120 years.
The Australian Brandenburg Orchestra rings in the holiday season with a plethora of warm Christmas treats.
An interesting program of classical traditional Christmas music from Europe and America performed in a glorious setting.
Vengeance and resolution, exorcism and benediction, this excellent new production captures the visceral drama of Angus Cerini’s remarkable play.
In transferring the much-loved film to the stage some of the magic has been lost, though Elsa's Let It Go is spell-binding.
Graced by a uniformly excellent cast, Kate Champion’s assured directorship, bounteous humour, and an evocative, finely toned production, Kendall Feaver's adaptation of My Brilliant Career is, in a word, brilliant.
An early Christmas miracle sees Queensland end the year with full capacity theatres and an unexpected taste of The Nutcracker’s family tradition.
The Golem is a stupendous piece of theatre.
Two vastly different song cycles sung with nuance and flare by two very capable young singers in an intimate recital.