Carmen

As one of the world’s favourite operas, Carmen has all the elements for a fantastic night in the theatre – love, lust, glory, fame, passion, jealousy, betrayal, anguish and death. Carmen takes over the State Theatre at A...

Brenda Clarke sings the American Songbook

A new CD of American Songbook Composers including George & Ira Gershwin, Irving Berlin, Harold Arlen and Cole Porter has been released by Australian performer Brenda Clarke just in time for Mother’s Day. Brenda...

Performance Space: PSpace Social

Join interdisciplinary arts organisation, Performance Space as they take you on a site-specific journey through Surry Hills this May with a variety of performances, installations, talks, theatre, cabaret and more in PSpa...

Eugene Onegin

Fall under the spell of Tchaikovsky’s masterpiece of lost love in Opera Australia’s new production of Eugene Onegin. A young girl’s first love goes unrequited, charting a course from hope to regret with tragic cons...

Butcher Boys

Two butchers sons, the bull and the puer aeternus (eternal boy). Once angry and confused in severed relationships with their fathers, now resolute. Existing in frameworks built from memories within and without the body a...

A Concert of Tom Waits Songs

The vaudevillian characters of Tom Waits music will come to life on stage in A Concert of Tom Waits Songs at Arts Centre Melbourne for two special performances. After a nine-month sell-out run in New York, international ...

I Touch Myself – an artists dying wish

Almost one year ago, Australian rock legend Chrissy Amphlett, of the infamous band The Divinyls, passed away following her battle with breast cancer at the age of 53. Chrissy was passionate about spreading awareness arou...