Paulini Curuenavuli and Kip Gamblin in The Bodyguard. Image supplied.

The Bodyguard

A glitzy, kitschy musical version of the 1992 box-office smash hit The Bodyguard opened to high-spirited Brisbane theatre goers over the weekend and proved, much to the surprise of some punters, to be a...
Matt-aphorically Speaking- A Dyslexic Guide to Dating, Love and Everything In Twebeen. Image supplied.

Matt-aphorically Speaking – A Dyslexic Guide to Dating, Love and Everything In Twebeen

Written and performed by Matthew Dear (graduate from the 2016 Griffith Conservatorium of Music’s Musical Theatre programme), Matt-aphorically Speaking is part-cabaret, part-lecture, about the important things in relationships- commitment, honesty, passion, connection and hugs.The...
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Swallow

Swallow portrays the hard lives of three women as they find a way to survive in a modern world. It’s a story of alienation, isolation, and loneliness.The theme of the play questions identity and...
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Double-Bill, He Dreamed a Train and Eve at the Powerhouse

Much of my favourite theatre over the past year or so has been independent theatre at the Powerhouse (shout-out to Blue Bones and True West). Margi Brown-Ash’s double-bill, He Dreamed a Train and Eve,...
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Poly-media dance work goes Wireless

With an unsettling clarity on the peculiarities of human behavior (once removed), Wireless proposes that privacy is an invention without a future.Created by Lisa Wilson (Co-Director/ Choreographer) and Paul Charlier (Co-Director/ Composer/Software Designer), this...
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1984

Robert Icke and Duncan MacMillan’s award winning adaptation of George Orwell’s spookily prescient classic 1984 comes to QPAC.In a dystopian future world, Winston Smith is the everyman who works for the Ministry of Truth,...
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Rice

No matter what your social status, cultural background, or gender is everyone has dreams, challenges, and personal problems.Premiering at Queensland Theatre’s Bille Brown Studio, in association with Griffin Theatre is Michele Lee’s Queensland Premier’s...
WAAPA's 42nd Street

WAAPA’s 42nd Street – Toe Tapping Extravaganza

42nd Street is a toe tapping extravaganza presented by a proficient and polished cast of second and third year musical theatre WAPPA (Western Australian Academy of Perfroming Arts) students. The production will have you...
Lior

Lior: Love, Loss and Compassion at Adelaide Cabaret Festival

Adelaide Cabaret Festival artistic directors, Ali McGregor and Eddie Perfect, have put together an exceptional program this year. Thankfully, they have extended the traditional definition of ‘Cabaret’ to accommodate Lior’s concert-style collaboration with the...

Dahlesque, Adelaide Cabaret Festival

With South Australian audiences already enthralled by the magical storytelling of the great Roald Dahl (thanks to Matilda the Musical playing at the Festival Theatre), Elise McCann has brought the perfect adjunct production to...
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