Brilliantly conceived and expertly realised, The Australian Ballet’s world class new production of Spartacus is an artistic and physical triumph.
Operatic nightingale Emma Matthews gives a tour de force performance as she returns to the Melbourne stage in The Space Between, a unique and highly personal new work by Paul Grabowsky and Steve […]
Victorian Opera succeeded in meeting the sky high expectations for their third Bellini concert starring Jessica Pratt, presenting an evening of sterling musicianship and pairing Pratt with a colleague of similarly exceptional […]
The biting satire of Tom Lehrer’s Tomfoolery retains its ever-amusing freshness, especially as performed by a quartet of well-seasoned comic actors.
The Australian Ballet School neatly balanced classical, modern and Spanish dance, along with a healthy dose of good humour, in their highly entertaining Showcase 2018.
Melbourne is treated to an exclusive return season of the celebrated Maina Gielgud production of eternal ballet classic Giselle.
Compelling acting and prescient storytelling elevate the almost too clever “What if?” premise of A Doll’s House, Part 2.
Rohan Browne deservedly Gets His Name In Lights as he takes centre stage in this spectacular new production of much loved Australian musical The Boy from Oz.
Melbourne Opera presents an evening of romance peppered with comedy in a handsome, well cast new production of Richard Strauss’ Der Rosenkavalier.
Escaping a wet, wintry Melbourne night, music lovers gathered before the warmly lit stage of Elisabeth Murdoch Hall to enjoy an all too rare appearance from mighty Australian heldentenor Stuart Skelton.