Bel canto specialist Helena Dix leads Norma’s long awaited return to Melbourne.
Delightful takes on 1980s pop songs bookend an almost nonsensical chamber opera.
Modern alienation merges with Medieval mysticism in Alison Croggon’s new play.
This beautiful, joyous production reveals why the Oscar winning rom-com truly belongs in the theatre.
This touring production of Shakespeare's rom-com ably marries laughs and feminism.
Voice, breath and gesture are explored in an intriguing program of contemporary art music.
The familiar pleasures of Sondheim’s masterpiece are refreshed by splendid performers and design.
Zahra Newman single-handedly conjures a powerful tale of masculine self-destruction in the outback.
Rossini’s grand musical showcase finally makes its Australian debut in suitably lavish, comic style.
Great music and visuals save David Bowie’s existential musical from total alienation.
This ambitious dive into the Australian psyche struggles with the novel’s epic complexity and mystery.
A well cast rollercoaster ride through this Australian classic’s pathos and black comedy.
This production turns an unremarkable musical about the great showman into entertainment.