It's a show that immerses you in history, tugs at your heartstrings, and reminds us all why Billie Holiday's music remains eternally resonant.
Ultimately, Ukraine Guernica is about artists. Not Ukrainian artists, but two white Australian artists.
Director Jeremy Jenkins and assistant director Hunter Shanahan have mercilessly cast seven shockingly funny performers that turn Noel Coward’s tight-lipped English comedy into a playground.
The Marvellous Elephant Man the Musical! is an exploration of what it truly means to be beautiful.
Whether you're a Shakespeare aficionado or simply in search of an evening of laughter and enchantment, There’s Something About Bottom is an unmissable delight.
With a show where each night there is a new audience, a new reading, and a new storyline, the possibilities are necessarily endless.
Whether you’ve listened to the cast recording or never heard a moment of it before, this version of Wicked manages to feel new and exciting. Between the wonderful cast, enchanting effects, and well-timed pacing, Wicked offers audiences a truly magical night at the theatre.
Directed by Douglas Luciuk, Kittytown shows us you have to be a little different to survive when the world goes to shit.
Kasick’s point is simple: rather than scrutinising every exhibit to death, we need to take a step back and look at the big picture.
As an art exhibition, Atmospheric Memory is cool, edgy, and highly intelligent. As an experience however, it is scary, eye-opening, and prescient.