A story of love and loss told with vibrant emotion by Renato Musolino.
Kuro Tanino has dedicated himself to “transcending the conventions of theatre through performance in unconventional spaces”. And like his previous OzAsia show The Dark Inn, The Dark Master does this while populating a surreal world with characters bearing supernatural overtones.
Windmill Theatre Company today announced its 2020 live theatre season, including a brand new work about the creation of the universe, a regional tour for a robot, and the 10th anniversary return of a fan favourite.
World famous choreographer Anne Nguyen is highly revered in France for her ability to transform the recalcitrant reputation of hip-hop dance into something mysterious, raw and pure.
It’s time to reminisce about your teenage years, both its horrors and heart-warming experiences, as we follow 14-year-old Greta on the colourful, dramatic and surreal night of her 15th birthday in Girl Asleep - a truly unique coming-of-age tale.
Girl Asleep, Windmill’s critically acclaimed coming-of-age theatre production that went on to be adapted into an internationally award-winning film, returns to the stage at the Adelaide Festival Centre this week.
Adelaide’s world renowned No Strings Attached Theatre of Disability once again shows how it is done.
Adelaide’s renowned theatre-of-disability company, No Strings Attached, goes from strength to strength.
A multi-award winning New Zealand showband, the quartet of finely attired gents successfully evoke the imagery of times gone by. Their latest show Two Worlds is an original play weaving together four stories relating to their native culture.
An Evening with Zoe Coombs Marr is a hilarious new show from comedian Zoe Coombs Marr that playfully dissects and toys with traditional comedic styles.
Larissa McGowan lists an impressive cohort of collaborators for this show
Sometimes words just get in the way; this set of songs transcends what you would expect from a jazz quintet.
Aaron Cash hits the stage and sings the first few bars of a famous song then, in the manner of all good cabaret performance, this show takes a turn, or two.
Tina del Twist is played by Australian singer/actor/writer/comedian/producer and director Wes Snelling. She is Wes’s bohemian Auntie - the family misfit, never quite fitting in. With a good serve of red wine, in a brandy balloon big enough to bath a baby in, Tina stumbles on stage to begin what she thinks is her Christmas concert.
It is just like the publicity says, it’s raucous, it’s nostalgic and it’s a loud and proud celebration of the incredibly long list of talented Australian women who have graced our pop and rock scene.
The Greek word “taxithi” translates into English as “journey”. Yet in the way of Greek words, it evokes so much more than mere movement. It encompasses yearning, sorrow, optimism and hope, along with grief and loss. It is the word which sums up the experience of almost any migrant.
This show is an isthisyours? And Insite Arts production and is obviously designed to ask us to confront some aspects of our past behaviour. To achieve this it puts women in the roles of this quintessentially male production, challenging the stereotypes.
Alone on stage, actor Renato Musolino (taking on the roles of over 20 characters from Orwell’s Animal Farm) uses only his face and voice to signal changes of character while the spotlight remains tightly trained on his visage.
This Japanese dance group fuses hip-hop and contemporary dance into their show Twilight Suddenly, coming to Fringe in Feb!
A portrait of digital disconnection and narcissistic technological practices, Here is the message you asked for… don’t tell anyone else ;-) lures the audience into an un-healthily obsessed society of which we might never return from.