Interplay – Sydney Dance Company

To celebrate their 45th Anniversary the Sydney Dance Company, under the artistic direction of Rafael Bonachela, has created Interplay – a program of three works by three different choreographers. The result is a st...

Warts & All

Bruce Hoogendoorn is probably Canberra’s most prolific playwright, having written and produced six of his own plays in as many years. His latest play, Warts & All, which Hoogendoorn directs himself, is his most accom...

EMPIRE

Circus as a form of entertainment goes back millennia, at least. It probably originated in Greece, and relied on horses and chariots to fire the crowd. But the concept of the Big Top started in America and was revolution...

Johnny Castellano is Mine

This is the third play by Emma Gibson  presented at The Street Theatre following  Love Cupboard (2010) and Widowbird (2012), and a potent demonstration of her growing confidence and ability to present complex themes in a...

Mirror Image

There is something very inspiring in the sight of doyen of Australian contemporary dance, Elizabeth Cameron Dalman still performing and choreographing in her 80th year. Martha Graham did it, so did Ruth St.Denis. There m...

They’re Playing Our Song

This charming little musical, written by Neil Simon and purportedly based on the real-life relationship of composer, Marvin Hamlish and lyricist, Carole Bayer Sager, scored a huge success in Australia in the 1980’s when ...

Blood Brothers

Blood Brothers, playwright Willy Russell’s only musical, was originally written as a school play before transferring to the West End, where it won an Olivier Award for best musical and ran in various revivals for a stagg...