crazy horse paris

Crazy Horse Paris: Forever Crazy

It has been tantalising Paris for more than 65 years and now for the first time, Crazy Horse Paris has headed to Australia to seduce audiences with its sensual glamour and sophisticated femininity in Forever Crazy. Forev...
Arts House Stephanie Lake Pile of Bones Jack Ziesing, Samantha Hines, Marlo Benjamin and Harrison Ritchie-Jones - photo by Bryony Jackson

Pile of Bones

It begins from blackout, the smell of haze, and a foreboding pulsating base. As the show progresses, that beat permeates everything. A primitive heartbeat, a frenetic urban rhythm, a rapid timepiece – Robin Fox’s c...
Blue Love Shaun Parker and Lucia Mastrantone - photo by David James McCarthy

Blue Love

Defying categorisation, but deliciously subversive and irresistibly entertaining, this cleverly devised work began life as a diversion to fill in time during breaks in the filming of Baz Luhrmann’s Moulin Rouge. At the t...
Marius Vlad as Lohengrin with the Melbourne Opera Chorus - photo by Robin Halls

Lohengrin

You know it’s a good show when you leave the theatre and suddenly become aware of how weary you feel. You check the time and can’t work out where a smidge over four hours went, but then you remember: Wagner. Richard Wagn...
CoC The Perfume Garden - photo by Glen Wilson

The Perfume Garden

The Perfume Garden is the story of Anand, who – with the ‘encouragement’ of his parents Satya and Chitra – is about to propose to his girlfriend, Devi. Anand and his family live above their business, a spice shop, which ...
Looking Glass - photo by Pier Carthew

Looking Glass

Like it or not, humans have times of negotiating with (or worrying about) our family. Looking Glass by VCA Writing for Performance graduate Louris van de Geer seems to graze across this essential human requirement. Howev...
Bangarra SOH Bennelong - photo by Daniel Boud

Bennelong

Most of us think we know something about Bennelong. Probably Australia’s most famous aboriginal, he was befriended by Governor Phillip, who took him to England, then set him up in a hut on Bennelong Point, where the Sydn...