Toxic career ambition and modern media’s cynical sensationalism drive this clever new American satire.
Verdi's mighty epic infused with compelling human drama.
Roger Woodward is full of rapturous praise for performances in San Francisco by pianists Alexander Gavrylyuk and Edward Neeman.
A wonderfully rendered (if perhaps over-faithful) staging of Sondheim’s masterpiece of a black satire.
A contemporary triple bill by three in-house choreographers.
A new look at a memorable, if flawed, Australian musical.
Two pianists, one spirit, one superbly delivered set of Goldberg Variations.
Zambello's finely-judged Ring goes up in flames leaving the women to inherit what's left of the earth.
A work that is very beautiful visually though not as emotionally resonant as the company's strongest works.
Gender-swap aside, this is an important, deeply moving opera at a time when we need to continue these conversations.
With the help of a sparkling misfit ensemble, Charly Zastrau and Ali McGregor have created a seamless, incisive tribute to the American singer-songwriter.
A gripping production and fine acting count for much, but this Siegfried is still holding out for a hero.
Sydney underbelly and Adelaide jazz songstress/composer were an almost perfect match.