Articles on ‘Sydney Opera House’
Hayes Theatre Co’s critically acclaimed 2017 production of Assassins, will play a season at Sydney Opera House Playhouse this June, starring David Campbell and according to director Dean Bryant, a return season couldn’t come at a better time for Australia. “Assassins couldn’t be more right for Australia now when our newsfeeds are full of the… Read more.
After premiering at Sydney Theatre Company in 1996, Nick Enright and Max Lambert’s acclaimed musical Miracle City hadn’t been seen on Sydney’s stages for nearly 20 years. From 12 – 29 October, Sydney audiences will have the chance to see the celebrated Australian musical for the second time in just three years when it opens… Read more.
In 1969, National Geographic photographer Loren McIntyre became lost in the depths of Brazil’s remote Javari Valley and found himself living amongst the Mayoruna people, a tribe with little to no contact with the outside world. He believed that he discovered the source of the Amazon River by speaking telepathically with the tribespeople. Based on… Read more.
Lea Salonga is a name we all know, famous for originating or revolutionising many characters that musical theatre fans love. Whether our familiarity with Salonga is through Kim, Eponine, Fantine, Princess Jasmine, Mulan, or a multitude of other popular theatre characters, she has made her way into our homes and hearts over the years and… Read more.
AussieTheatre has a double pass to giveaway to Anything Goes at the Sydney Opera House on Sunday, 6 September. For decades, Anything Goes has captivated millions with its delightful story of madcap antics aboard the S.S. American. When the ocean liner embarks from New York to London, etiquette and convention get tossed out the portholes as two unlikely… Read more.
AussieTheatre has two double passes to giveaway to Bell Shakespeare’s The Tempest at the Sydney Opera House on 19 August. Prospero, a duke in exile, rules an island bound by nameless seas and violent storms. Seething a desire to exact vengeance on his usurper brother, Antonio, Prospero finds himself stranded with that same brother, conflicted by a choice… Read more.
Really, there’s not a lot I can say about this play. Not because I can’t think of anything to say, but because the audience is specifically asked not to spoil the experience for those who haven’t seen it yet. It’s a bit of a gimmick, but it’s all part of the fun, and apparently audience and… Read more.
Returning to the Opera House for the first time in 8 years, the Australian Dance Awards were held at the Joan Sutherland Theatre over the weekend, honouring the country’s finest dancers in a gala ceremony hosted by Frances Rings and Kip Gamblin. The annual awards event features 11 categories of achievement covering dance artists, educators… Read more.
AussieTheatre is excited to have 3 double passes to give away to Bell Shakespeare’s Henry V at the Sydney Opera House in October. Damian Ryan’s production is inspired by the true story of a group of boys trapped in a bunker during the London Blitz, who performed a new play each week for others in the shelter…. Read more.
Opera Australia and John Frost’s production of The King and I is set to open at the Sydney Opera House this week after successful seasons in Brisbane and Melbourne. The national tour of this Helpmann Award Winning musical marks the professional music theatre debut of many up-and-coming performers. AussieTheatre is thrilled to be featuring an interview series entitled Getting… Read more.