Sweeping in scope, yet intimate and highly personal in detail, Matthew Lopez’s masterwork The Inheritance balances humour, history and heartbreak to haunting effect.
Conceived as an emotional memory play, John Neumeier’s La Dame aux Camélias is a haunting exploration of the ephemeral nature of love.
Paris Opéra Ballet revived Rudolf Nureyev’s grand 1986 “Hollywood” Cinderella as part of the celebration to mark 80 years since the birth of Nureyev.
Exemplifying the meaning of the term “revival,” Marianne Elliott delivers a brand new take on classic concept musical Company that is fresh, funny and altogether fabulous. Bobby is now Bobbie, and the […]
Wickedly funny, Peter Pan Goes Wrongis summer holiday family entertainment minted to perfection.
The Australian Ballet continues their cleverly conceived Storytime Ballet series with Coppélia, an ideal first ballet for young audiences.
What a difference a theatre makes. Resplendent in Melbourne’s State Theatre, Evita now has the lighting, sound and space to make it the spectacle it deserves to be.
The Australian Ballet School ends their year with a selection of well-chosen highlights to accompany the welcome addition of La Sylphide to their repertoire.
Youthful energy and intelligent direction burn brightly in this exhilarating new production of evergreen modern classic Rent.
Gorgeous design, cunning direction and a dreamy cast combine for the pure pleasure of Twelfth Night, an early Christmas present from Melbourne Theatre Company.