Queensland Ballet makes a triumphant Melbourne debut of their utterly charming 2016 production A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
It probably sounds a little odd to describe a play that tackles the issue of euthanasia as entertaining, but in Melbourne Theatre Company’s world premiere of The Architect, playwright Aidan Fennessy replaces […]
Exemplifying the fine control needed to portray dazzling chaos, Colossus is a mesmerising new work from visionary choreographer Stephanie Lake.
Victorian College of the Arts Secondary School presented a full program of lively, varied, polished dance, reflecting a deep talent pool within their student body.
A perfect match of star and show, Evita benefits mightily from the powerhouse vocals and intense presence of Tina Arena. ***To read Man in Chair’s Melbourne review of Evita, click HERE***
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.