For the first time ever, Handel’s Athalia will be performed in Australia this June.
The plot revolves around the Biblical Queen Athalia, who was the … Read more
Reviewed by Lili Sekkai.
“An awesome show about contemporary dance, performed by a young passionate and talented generation of dancers.”
In The Spotlight Dance Festival… Read more
Assassins is astounding audiences with its return to the stage, sharing a visually spectacular, fun and absolutely hilarious story that you won’t want to miss!… Read more
Dresden captures that one moment in someone’s life when everything changes, that one moment which is guiding one’s life into a completely different direction.
It … Read more
Sydney cabaret performer, Jodie Stubbs’ new show takes the audience on a humorous journey that was originally intended to explore the changing roles of women … Read more
Henrik Ibsen’s classic drama, A Doll’s House, is a beautifully haunting and tragic play with huge historical significance. Considered the birth of the modern … Read more
A new dark comedy, Air is premiering at the Old 505 Theatre to haunt audiences with the reality of death, grief, holding on and letting … Read more
East Germany arrives to the Belvoir’s Downstairs Theatre with the premier of the Daniel Schlusser Ensemble’s They Divided The Sky. Adapted from Christa Wolf’s first … Read more
The world premiere production of Peter Carey’s iconic novel Bliss comes to the Belvoir this June. Co-produced with Melbourne’s Malthouse Theatre, Bliss follows Harry Joy, … Read more
August: Osage County won playwright Tracy Letts the Pulitzer Prize in 2008 for the no-holds-barred depiction of a tantrum-prone family and seething resentments, liberally inhabited … Read more