A Good German

Gabriel Bergmoser’s new script, A Good German uses “one of the darkest periods in our history” to explore the lines we all draw around our own idea of ethics (or morality, as the show’s program notes). The show was bille...

The Mesh

The Mesh opens in a costume party. Max (Nick Masters) and Lotte (Ella Caldwell) are hosting their good friends Wolf (Kevin Kiernan-Molloy) and Clara (Rosie Lockhart). The two couples have known each other since the old c...

La Fille Mal Gardee

The West Australian Ballet have revived one of the oldest ballets in the classical repertoire with an inspired production brimming with joie de vivre, spirited dancing, laugh-out-loud comedy and French chic. Originally i...

Guilty Pleasures

Drawing its inspiration from Cell Block Tango and Orange is the New Black, Blue Saint Productions present the world premiere of Guilty Pleasures –  a one-woman show, telling the story of five ordinary people driven...

Once

Melbourne’s Princess Theatre hosts the Australian Premiere of Once, a musical adaptation of the film written and directed by John Carney. Boasting various awards for its motion picture and Broadway incarnations, I antici...

The Harbinger

Nineteenth century English historian and novelist James Anthony Froude wrote “Fear is the parent of cruelty”. It is an emotion resistant to reason, one able to turn those whom we wish to protect into prisoners. In The Ha...