Ever-loveable orphan Annie has made her way back to musical-loving Melbourne after a two-town tryout up north.
Given the current financial unrest in Europe, perennial favourite The Merry Widow is perhaps more topical than ever.
Director Simon Phillips and team redefine the boundaries of music theatre in this gripping, moving and ultimately uplifting new musical.
No longer a Ring virgin, I am now a fully qualified Lord of the Ring after sitting through all 19 or so hours of the Met’s epic, and somewhat controversial, new Ring […]
Megan Hilty from Smash on stage in a Marilyn Monroe role. Now why didn’t I think of that?
Avoiding the potential melodrama of a male love triangle, the Met’s rarely seen production of Billy Budd maintains a grave integrity and a compassion for its characters.
In a style that could almost be described as film noir, The Makropulos Case is a rare entry in the opera thriller genre.
Newcomer Corbin Bleu (High School Musical) is a perfect fit in this frenetic, modern update of Stephen Schwartz’s time-honoured classic.
The classic folk opera Porgy and Bess shimmers to life in this truncated, but lovingly staged, adaptation.
An unexpectedly charming treat, Once wins over the audience early and never lets go until the bittersweet end.