Circus variety of impressive technically based physical theatre.
A perfect tonic for the winter blues, laughter guaranteed.
Ben Stefanoff interviews the award-winning Director "Don Juan" here for the Cabaret Festival
Floating on a wave of imagination
What better way to finish the year than an exciting interactive Christmas concert for young people aged 1–7, parents, grandparents, and friends!
This is a tour de force of a performance of a tour de force of a play
The director of The Bridge Of San Luis Rey and Brink Productions' Artistic Director, Chris Drummond, recently spoke with Ben Stefanoff about the adaptation of Wilder’s novel for the stage
Femme is a journey through femininity, sexuality, gender roles and identity
This is a little gem of theatre. The writing crackles, the acting dazzles, and design is a textbook exemplar of economy, ingenuity and delight.
Hiccup! offers children a familiar yet fantastical adventure, in which friendship is “just a hi away.”
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.