The wellspring of theatrical joy bubbles over once more as international hit musical Come From Away lands in Melbourne for its warmly welcome third season.
Come From Away review [Melbourne 2022]
Melbourne Opera: Lucrezia Borgia review
Generously staged and splendidly sung, bel canto gem Lucrezia Borgia sparkles under the loving polish of Melbourne Opera.
ILBIJERRI Theatre Company: Heart is a Wasteland review [Melbourne 2022]
Intimately tender and gently compelling, Heart is a Wasteland celebrates the extraordinary in the ordinary, sweeping the audience willingly along on a highly personal musical road trip.
Hairspray musical review [Melbourne 2022]
Timeless to Me, Hairspray shakes and shimmies once again, the sheer quality of the show itself shining through just as radiantly at twenty years old. Winner of seven 2003 Tony Awards including […]
The Australian Ballet: Bodytorque review
Melbourne ballet cognoscenti are treated to an intensely intimate performance as The Australian Ballet presents a long awaited fresh new season of Bodytorque.
Blue: The Songs of Joni Mitchell review [Melbourne 2022]
A loving, insightful tribute to an all time great artist, Blue: The Songs of Joni Mitchell is a wonderful fit of material and performer, with Queenie van de Zandt pouring her heart […]
9 to 5 the Musical review [Melbourne]
Bubbly, bold and brassy, 9 to 5 the Musical is a well-timed wallop of feel-good fare.
Antipodes Theatre Company: Passing Strange review
Antipodes Theatre Company successfully taps into the zeitgeist with the Australian premiere of Passing Strange.
Six review [Melbourne 2022]
Guilty pleasure meets mighty girl power as international smash hit musical Six finally makes its Melbourne premiere.
The Australian Ballet: Harlequinade review
Delectable sugar-spun confection Harlequinade plays to the classical strengths of The Australian Ballet, the feather-light work seen at its best in this splendidly danced season.