AussieTheatre is very excited to have TWO DOUBLE PASSES to giveaway to Bell Shakespeare’s Tartuffe (The Hypocrite) by Moliere at the Sydney Opera House on 3 August. Tartuffe is not your run of the mill, garden-variety con artist; he’s a slimy hypocrite of the highest order. Your wallet, your wife, even your daughter: nothing and no one is safe… Read more.
What would happen if the laws of gravity were to suddenly change? AussieTheatre is excited to have 5 Double Passes to giveaway to Leo at the Sydney Opera House on Saturday 28th June 2014. Dancing on the ceiling like Fred Astaire, scaling the walls like Spiderman and floating mid-air like an Indian guru – escape with… Read more.
AussieTheatre’s Digital Team were at the Sydney Opera House to capture sights and sounds from the 13th Annual Helpmann Awards! Take a peek at some of our snaps from the Red Carpet – we hope they tide you over until the videos are edited and online!
Last month, AussieTheatre attended an exclusive lunch with Lisa McCune, Christine Anu and Gyton Grantley, hosted by Opera Australia to celebrate the return of South Pacific to the Sydney Opera House. We got their thoughts on the show and the upcoming season. When Opera Australia announced in late 2011 they were to co-produce South Pacific… Read more.
Opera Australia seems to have mixed luck when it comes to staging comic operas. Often they manage to produce work that has joy, fine comedic performances and speaks to our irreverent Australian sense of humour. But occasionally they fall short, especially in revivals where the original director hasn’t been around to drive the performances. This… Read more.
Peace Train – The Cat Stevens Story is set to play an exclusive season at the Drama Theatre, Sydney Opera House, in August this year. Spiritworks will present the show for one week only. Peace Train – The Cat Stevens Story is a stage show which has been written, designed, produced and directed to take… Read more.
Guest reviewer David Wicks shares his thoughts on The Ensemble Theatre’s Frankenstein. I’m probably the wrong person to review Sydney’s Ensemble Theatre’s new production – FRANKENSTEIN. After all, at the age of 11 (before I discovered girls were much more fun) I became obsessed with the old black and white Universal horror films from the… Read more.
Mark it in your diaries, theatre goers – the 2013 Helpmann Awards Date has been announced! It was confirmed today by Live Performance Australia (LPA) that the 2013 Helpmann Award Ceremony will take place on Monday 29 July at the Sydney Opera House – just 10 months after the 2012 Helpmann Award Ceremony took place…. Read more.
When watching Gale Edwards’ La Boheme, I can’t help feeling that Opera Australia is bound to drag out this production every few years for at least the next decade. It’s a stylish, beautiful and effortless production of one of the world’s most beloved operas that is bound to endure and sell tickets for years to… Read more.
Do you remember your first sexual experience? If you’ve done it, you probably remember it, and if you have shared your experience on www.MyFirstTime.com, it’s likely your story is now an international sensation. Opening tonight at the Sydney Opera House is a play based on the anonymous writings found on www.MyFirstTime.com, a website established in 1998 which now… Read more.