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.
The SSO shows off its moves in collaboration with flamenco master Juan Carmona.
A match made in heaven, Tiberghien and Tausk leave audiences truly impressed.
The Pop-up Globe's Dream offers buckets of laughter and splattering blood.
Evocative music from saxophonist Nick Russoniello and the Canberra Symphony Orchestra.
Despite Justin Fleming’s witty, rhyming text this production never quite gets into top gear.
Paul Dean's first opera is a bleak, darkly-realised portrait of toxic masculinity at the dawn of Federation.
Sir Andrew Davis navigated thrilling musical worlds both known and unknown.
Satisfying chamber music in a challenging venue.