In an all too rare foray into twentieth century Russian opera, Opera Australia showcases a large local cast of shining talents in The Love for Three Oranges.
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 […]
A superb company of singers and a gleaming black and white staging bring an air of polished perfection to this Melbourne season of rarely-seem Verdi opera Luisa Miller.
Bizet’s charming score has made The Pearlfishers a bit of an Australian favourite, but even the carefully considered direction of Michael Gow is not quite enough to sharpen the ill-conceived concept and […]
Evergreen world favourite La Bohème is always a popular choice, and when enhanced by the performances of such glorious singers it is easy to appreciate its enduring appeal.
As frothily effervescent as a freshly shaken bottle of Coke, this blue chip 2001 production bubbles over with amusing delight.
Played straight and true, characterful comedy The Marriage of Figaro is all the funnier.
Defying classification, The Rabbits blends opera, music theatre, and gentle pop music in a finely crafted theatrical experience.
Celebrating their 60th anniversary year, Opera Australia presents a range of mainstage operas and special events, while continuing to take opera to regional centres.
World-class singers enhance this decadently glossy production.