Although its timeless quality and eerily prescient politics make Cabaret ripe for revival, a proliferation of poor directorial choices derails the promise of this new production.
Adding another layer to Melbourne’s burgeoning independent opera scene, BK Opera distinguishes themselves with a fine performance of Massenet’s romantic tragedy Werther.
The Shanghai Ballet’s highly traditional production of Swan Lake is distinguished by the exquisite use of a huge corps de ballet of angelic dancers.
Less is so much more as revered musical Sunday in the Park with George returns to Broadway. The staging may be partial, but the music, humour and heart are all there in […]
Highly original in style and extraordinarily exuberant in performance energy, Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812 is a fresh, exciting and affecting new musical.
A glossy, if rather slender, new musical, War Paint is a chance to luxuriate in the performances of a pair of Broadway’s greatest divas. Two-time Tony Award winners Patti LuPone and Christine […]
As dainty and delectable as a well-cooked soufflé, the new stage musical Amélie is a feather-light confection of pure charm.
Oompa loompa doompety doo I’ve got a Broadway puzzle for you Oompa loompa doompety dee If you are wise you’ll listen to me What do you get when you cut all […]
A surprise gem, Bandstand transcends its simple premise to deliver a compelling story with terrific music and performance energy to spare.
It’s so nice to have Mrs Dolly Levi back where she belongs, bringing infinite joy to capacity audiences on Broadway. At one time Broadway’s longest running musical, Hello, Dolly! shines again in […]