★★★★½ QTC celebrates Shakespeare’s 400-year legacy by reimagining his classic comedy.
Elise Lawrence is a freelance writer and caffeine-based life form currently living in Brisbane, Australia. Her writing has been published in Limelight, Mous Magazine, Kyoto Journal and Hot Chicks with Big Brains, among others, and she blogs about her new home city at Backstreet Brisbane.
Articles by Elise Lawrence
★★★★½ A light and humorous adventure that leaves audiences transfixed.
★★★★☆ A magical take on the well-worn classic, while respecting tradition.
Shakespeare, Gershwin and Little Red deliver a season that “shimmers with stardust”.
★★★★★ A unique performance boasting perfect control of the space and excellent comedic timing.
★★★★☆ Magic’s in the air, and so are the dancers in QB’s latest fairytale inspired show.
Matinee of popular French works, skilfully performed alongside Piers Lane and Marshall McGuire.
Classic tale of impossible love is still sprightly at 200 years young.
Kevin McKenzie’s triple bill earns Australian audience admiration.
Khan brings stunning contemporary dance piece to Brisbane Festival.
Kevin McKenzie makes a splash with Australian debut of Swan Lake.
Human interactions explored in captivating contemporary dance.
Love, identity and mental illness under the microscope.