It’s Melbourne’s turn to climb to the top of Mount Rock, as feel good phenomenon School of Rock makes it’s blistering Australian debut.
Melbourne has been so spoilt with new and rare operas over the past couple of years that the appearance of a true chocolate box favourite is a welcome novelty. In its third […]
Finishing the year on a high, Victorian Opera rewards its patrons with Lorelei, a splendidly cast, beautifully realised new work.
Brimming with warmth and heart, world premiere play Astroman takes audiences back to the 1980s in an all too rare familial focus on First Peoples of Australia.
Completing their ever-grander twentieth season, The Production Company serves up a delectable slice of musical theatre heaven with the merrily macabre A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder.
Opera Australia defies traditional expectations, breaking the mould with an edgy, independent-style staging of Australian opera Metamorphosis.
A pair of international artists were capably supported by a roster of excellent Australian singers as Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra presented Gounod’s Roméo et Juliette in concert.
Insightful direction and splendid performances balance the magnificent with the moving as musical theatre workhorse Les Misérables lives on for one day more.
Rossini’s dramatic opera Otello makes its long overdue Australian premiere thanks to the vision and drive of Melbourne Opera, a company exhibiting an increasingly strong flair for bel canto opera.
One of Broadway’s most rapturously beautiful scores, Nine the Musical is given a smartly conceived, darkly burnished boutique production by prolific Melbourne company StageArt. While the midlife breakdown of a once-successful Italian […]