In a political climate where the two most creative industries of our country are being slashed and defunded, a new musical in Melbourne has united the worlds of the arts and sciences to bring us a “prodigiously gifted” new musical. Einstein: Master of the Universe has been playing at TheatreWorks in Melbourne since 30 June,… Read more.
If you witnessed the conviction and stride with which the young enthusiastic performers displayed in their enactment of a world premiere interpretation of The Play of Herod, you’d recognise the great things happening at the Victorian Youth Opera camp at Victorian Opera. Their story of the birth of Christ and King Herod’s subsequent fears of… Read more.
Circus Oz’s 2013 show, Cranked Up, is welcoming all into the warmth of the Big Top in Birrurung Marr and our last chat is with Shane Witt, acrobat and brownie eater. Shane Witt was a Flying Fruit Fly from 7 to 17 and went on to be their head trainer. He a founding member of… Read more.
Seven 10-to-15-year-olds perform and play in a box made of two-way mirrors with a camera in the corner. They do what a disembodied voice tells them to do. We watch; they can’t see us. It’s not as creepy as it sounds and gives children something rare: a voice equal to adults. CAMPO (formerly Victoria) are from… Read more.
AussieTheatre.com has three double passes for the Malthouse Theatre’s forthcoming production of The Wild Duck. The Tickets are for the preview on Monday 20th February at 6:30pm. The production is directed by Simon Stone, with an all-star cast including Ewen Leslie and Toby Schmitz. The production runs from 17th February – 17th March. Sorry this competition is closed
Bethany Simons is an actor, writer and producer of the two-time Green Room Award nominated play The Weather and Your Health. In this exclusive article, Bethany guides us through a day in her life of as a touring actor, as she takes her show throughout regional NSW and Victoria… The team are up at 6am… Read more.
More Government support is the answer to solving the lack of theatrical premieres in Sydney, according to AussieTheatre.com readers. A website poll showed that 50 per cent of respondents believed more government support was the answer to solving the problem, ahead of building a new theatre (29.5 per cent) and education campaigns (10.7 per cent). It is… Read more.