Staged as if in a circus big top, this exhilarating, magical production thrills and delights at every turn.
An enormously enjoyable production that recalls the madcap experiments with musical theatre launched out of the 1970s Australian New Wave theatre movement.
WASO brings its best to the table with a mighty yet relaxing performance.
Kip Williams' dazzling stage adaptation of Oscar Wilde's gothic melodrama, brilliantly performed by Eryn Jean Norvill, speaks to the here and now.
Review: The Wharf Revue – Good Night and Good Luck (Sydney Theatre Company presented by Riverside Theatres)
The final Wharf Revue under the STC banner is a night of frivolity and fast costume changes, where all that is puffed up in politics is satisfyingly pricked.
Four very different works by Jesse Scales, Chloe Leong, Joel Bray and Raghav Handa make for an absorbing evening.
A monumental and memorable musical climax, in defiance of the seven long months of silence.
Live new music returns with a bang after long lay-off.
The program may have been unsurprising but the compelling concert kept the audience on the edge of their seats.
The company outshone itself in recreating 11 captivating vignettes.
An incredibly moving and visually delightful work about family, empathy and memory.
From the wild ride of Anna Clyne's Stride to a bristling Grosse Fuge, the ACO reminds us of what we've been missing with the concert halls closed.
In this new production, directed by Joseph Mitchell and conducted by its composer Richard Mills, the opera has finally found its place and worth.