Cherished Australian story Storm Boy proves a surprisingly natural fit for the stage in this lovingly produced piece of theatrical magic.
Melbourne Theatre Company: Così review
Much loved, oft-produced Australian comedy Così is treated to a rather lavish revival in this co-production from Melbourne Theatre Company and Sydney Theatre Company.
Melbourne Theatre Company: A View from the Bridge review
Stripped raw and utterly lean, the new Melbourne Theatre Company production of A View from the Bridge thrives on the strength of its compelling characters and elegantly spare language, hurtling towards its shocking, […]
Melbourne Theatre Company: The Lady in the Van review
Melbourne Theatre Company begins the new year with a showcase for revered actress Miriam Margolyes, who takes on the cantankerous title character in Alan Bennett’s The Lady in the Van.
Melbourne Theatre Company: Twelfth Night review
Gorgeous design, cunning direction and a dreamy cast combine for the pure pleasure of Twelfth Night, an early Christmas present from Melbourne Theatre Company.
Melbourne Theatre Company: Astroman review
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.
Melbourne Theatre Company: The Architect review
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 […]
Melbourne Theatre Company: A Doll’s House, Part 2 review
Compelling acting and prescient storytelling elevate the almost too clever “What if?” premise of A Doll’s House, Part 2.