Finally on stage some 18 months after its initially intended season, the tremendously talented cast of The Who’s Tommy have lost none of their infectious enthusiasm for the work.
Opera Year in Review 2017
Visiting superstars, theatre renovations, a maestro exposed and the untimely death of a beloved international baritone dominate the 2017 year of opera.
Victorian Opera: Black Rider review
An artistic triumph, Black Rider combines a magically innovative production with an incredibly characterful cast to create a highly memorable evening of adult theatre.
Victorian Opera: ‘Tis Pity review
Beginning their 2017 season, Victorian Opera, continues their admirably prolific output of original material with ‘Tis Pity: An Operatic Fantasia on Selling the Skin and the Teeth.
Victorian Opera Announces Season 2017
With an intriguing theme of Fables, Victorian Opera announces a new year of characteristically eclectic and innovative works for 2017.
Opera Australia: Carmen review [Sydney 2016]
Veteran stage director John Bell helms an emotionally taut new production of Carmen, contrasting the savage drama with the gaudy frivolity of everyday life. This premiere season is set apart by an […]
Victorian Opera: Banquet of Secrets
A slow burn, Banquet of Secrets’ ultimate success is due, in no small part, to the dazzling talents of its charismatic quartet of performers.
The Rabbits review
Defying classification, The Rabbits blends opera, music theatre, and gentle pop music in a finely crafted theatrical experience.
Victorian Opera: Sweeney Todd review
Sterling musicianship, high production values and a quirky, highly talented cast bring out the compelling lustre in Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler’s “dark operetta” Sweeney Todd.
Strange Bedfellows: Under the Covers review
Resolutely confronting and provocative, the cabaret work of Strange Bedfellows is set apart by the utter conviction and sheer talent of creators and stars Jacqui Dark and Kanen Breen.