Articles on ‘Brisbane’
It’s 1942. Danny is 14. He writes stories, dodges bullies on the way home from school and dreams of flying in the air force like his big brother, Frank. While stories of war are nothing new, Matthew Ryan’s Brisbane eschews the usual approach of ‘us versus the enemy’ but instead explores tensions between allied Australian… Read more.
A 6:30pm viewing of Strange Attractor was a welcome way to spend a Sunday evening in Spring. Currently running at Brisbane’s Arts Theatre, this modern and thought provoking piece is a daring choice for the theatre’s season. Drawing on themes of loneliness, difficult relationships, honesty, free-will, responsibility and even sexism – this performance will leave… Read more.
David Allen chats with Patrice Tipoki about Songs For A New World, playing tonight in Melbourne. When I was a kid, I got to see a lot of great shows – in Sydney, in Melbourne and even in Brisbane. But so far as home – a farming town called Nambour – was concerned, there was only… Read more.
Do you want to be part of the Hot Shoe Shuffle opening night celebrations in Brisbane? We are looking for people to come along to the Opening Night performance of the show in Brisbane on Saturday May 4 and share their experience on Facebook and/or Twitter as well as on a video review of the show. AussieTheatre… Read more.
No doubt Harvest Rain’s Artistic Director, Tim O’Connor jumped out of bed singing “Oh What A Beautiful Morning” on the opening night of Oklahoma! It may have taken twenty-eight years for Harvest Rain to make its professional debut but it was evident the years of prior experience had paid off. And sold out shows were… Read more.
Opera Australia’s smash hit musical South Pacific officially opens at Lyric Theatre QPAC tonight starring Teddy Tahu Rhodes, Lisa McCune, Gyton Grantley and Christine Anu. Preview performances commenced on December 27 and the show has been enjoying strong sales and enthusiastic audience responses. Based on the island of Espiritu Santo during World War II, the… Read more.
Leading Australian theatre producer John Frost announced today that, following the Brisbane premiere season of the Pulitzer Prize-winning play Driving Miss Daisy next year, the production will tour to Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide. “The Brisbane premiere season is almost sold out, so we have persuaded Angela and James to bring Driving Miss Daisy to Sydney,… Read more.
During the week I spoke with Mourne Kransky, the eldest of the musically talented and dry witted Kransky sisters. She gave me some tips on surviving a road trip, men in Esk and yet another state tour. This time the sisters are expanding and Mourne, Eve and Dawn will be playing at a number places… Read more.
A West End smash hit and 2012 Olivier Award nominee, Potted Potter is an unauthorised Harry experience that is set to leave you laughing as it condenses all seven epic books into just seventy minutes. That’s ten minutes per book. And it’s coming to a city near you. Potted Potter will play seasons in Perth… Read more.
Members of the cast of South Pacific were in Brisbane today to officially launch the third leg of the show’s tour schedule. The production, which opened to rave reviews in Sydney this month, is set to begin performances at the Lyric Theatre, QPAC from December 27 after a previously announced season at the Princess Theatre,… Read more.