Opera Australia TOSCA - photo by Prudence Upton

Tosca

Judging by the packed house on opening night, Opera Australia Artistic Director, Lyndon Terracini’s strategy of presenting revivals of the company’s most popular productions with interesting international singers cast in...
PIAF Betroffenheit - photo by Wendy D

PIAF: Betroffenheit

Never before has a show disturbed, frightened and entranced me more than Betroffenheit. A contemporary exploration of addiction, depression and trauma, written and performed by Jonathon Young, Betroffenheit is confrontin...
Malthouse Griffin The Homosexuals

The Homosexuals, or Faggots

Described as a “ferocious farce where nobody is safe”, The Homosexuals, or Faggots did cause an offence, but not how you would think. It is quite normal, and indeed, completely understandable, to be offended by a term or...
Adelaide Fringe Lucy Gransbury Radelaide

Adelaide Fringe: Radelaide!

With her funky and relatable ideas of ‘Adelaidean’ culture, Lucy Gransbury brings her very best in presenting her show, Radelaide at the 2017 Adelaide Fringe. With references that will have you in stitches an...
GOUD Blanc de Blanc - photo by Pamela Raith Photography

Adelaide Fringe: Blanc de Blanc

If you want to be immersed in champagne infused show featuring brilliant acrobatics, cheeky comic routines with a bawdy burlesque display then you are in the right place. Blanc de Blanc has just the right amount of every...
PIAF Ian Bostridge in The Dark Mirror - photo by Hugo Glendinning

PIAF: The Dark Mirror

The Dark Mirror sees the joining of the world’s leading performer of Schubert’s Winterreise, tenor Ian Bostridge, director, designer and video artist Netia Jones, and conductor Baldur Brönnimann in a rich re-invigoration...
PIAF A O Lang Pho - photo by Nguyen the Duong

PIAF: A O Lang Pho

In the words of Nouveau Cirque du Vietnam director Tuan Le, the word ‘A O’ is derived from ‘Lang Pho’, which loosely means ‘Village and City’. At its heart, this is the premise of A O Lang Pho – it’s leading charac...