Victorian Opera celebrates the centenary of Debussy’s death with an accomplished production of his only, highly enigmatic opera.
The inspiring story of Nelson Mandela’s struggle for justice becomes a surprisingly uninspired musical.
This one-woman show by Paul Grabowsky and Steve Vizard reveals soprano Emma Matthews still at her peak and exploring new possibilities.
Jessica Pratt and Caitlin Hulcup lead Victorian Opera’s fourth and final Bellini opera in concert with vocal and dramatic flair.
A ‘sequel-of-sorts’ to Ibsen’s groundbreaking play, this new work is capably interpreted but fundamentally lacking in subtlety and complexity.
Rohan Browne leads a talented cast in this energetic, crowd-pleasing take on the 20-year-old Australian musical.
From sublime singing to ridiculously good comedy, this new production is the next big step up for a small opera company.
It does a lot with very little, but this stripped-back touring production doesn’t always transmit the power of Shakespeare’s play.
This take on Wilde’s play is not quite ideal, but just-right performances and beautiful costumes make it a comic delight.
Toxic career ambition and modern media’s cynical sensationalism drive this clever new American satire.
This intelligent, provocative play uses the Snowden affair as the springboard for a not-so-speculative deep dive into 21st-century surveillance.
This adaptation of Peter Carey’s novel is an uneven, sometimes laborious tragi-comic exploration of an adman’s existential crisis.
In this classic Mike Leigh play, an excellent cast reveals timeless personal and social anxieties in 1970s England.