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...

Frame of Mind

Frame of Mind presented by the Sydney Dance Company as part of the Canberra Theatre Centre’s 50th Anniversary celebrations, consists of two ravishing dance works. Raphael Bonachela choreographed the title work, which sho...

Joan Baez: The Road To Woodstock

This unique production crosses a range of performance genres. Music, spoken word, and storytelling combine to take the audience on a trip down memory lane. It is a tribute gig, as much as it is a play, tracing the career...

Tigers Be Still

The funniest stories we tell to each other are often about overwhelming sorrow. Comedy may equal tragedy, but that means that for the audience to laugh, the actors must be completely within the life on stage. They must t...

The Rocky Horror Show

It’s just a jump to the left… and you know the rest. The Rocky Horror Show has captured the hearts, minds… and bodies of billions of people around the world for over 40 years. With its loud and proud encouragement of the...

Grounded

Grounded is the story of an American female fighter pilot who is fuelled by the adrenalin of a warzone, and her love of the blue sky. Macho in the way she walks and talks, it comes as a surprise when she discovers she’s ...

MICF: North Side Story

The camp and confident drag show North Side Story is as different in style from much of the stand-up I’ve seen this MICF as your club wear is from your old school uniform. Its irreverent streak and posture makes the show...

MICF: Kitty Flanagan Seriously?

Through the MICF outing Seriously?, Sydneysider Kitty Flanagan shows she’s not just a funny lady. In this new show, she explains the special powers of the woman over 40 – such as being invisible – whilst bein...