The Wizard of Oz

When a show finishes, curtain call ends and house lights come up, it isn’t often that you just sit and stare into the now empty stage, but it takes time to adjust to the ‘real’ world after Belvoir’s The Wizard of Oz. The...

The Exonerated

With a title like The Exonerated, you know this story is ultimately one of hope, working with a series of true stories of those who where wrongly convicted, then finally set free in the United States. It is dedicated to ...

Breed

When creating theatre, you can have all the bells and whistle’s money can afford, but you got nothing without a good story line and of course, a bit of depth never goes astray. Breed, thankfully is one such work that own...

MKA’s Double Feature

MKA’s Double Feature is a blinding example of the talent found on Melbourne’s local art scene. The two works, Lucky and Lord Willing & the Creek Don’t Rise both speak of two unique subjects that are very much o...

Encoded

An abstract work combining interactive 3D images and audio technologies with contemporary dance and physical theatre skills, Encoded proved an appropriately tantalising entrée to Segue 2015 – a weekend festival of ...

Rotunda

In August of 1914, world war erupted, drawing both New Zealand and Australia into an era of conflict, loss and destruction that irreversibly shaped our national identities. It is this powerful subject material that New Z...

Iago

Employing the characters and narrative of Shakespeare’s Othello, Western Edge Youth Arts have created a powerful piece of contemporary theatre examining misogyny in today’s society. Though highly original in its interpre...

Le Noir – The Dark Side of Cirque

The advent of Cirque du Soleil in the 1980s changed the perception of circus forever. No longer were audiences satisfied with traditional circus, the new tradition of circus emerged, based on spectacle and extreme physic...