Big Bad Wolf is not about the evil creature that you think you already know; he is simply just a misunderstood character!
This weekend OzAsia welcomes The Ongals, the South Korean comedy troupe spectacular we never knew we were missing. The Ongals consist of four men all sporting colourful, oversized baby’s clothes and bibs – literally wearing their childlike approach to circus and comedy on their sleeves.
The basic background for the show is that it’s an all female production that uses ideas around gender and race to present an overall display of dance, song, spoken word, burlesque, and some circus.
Claire Wong and Noorlinah Mohamed are long-time friends and collaborators in the performing arts. Both hailing from Singapore, they embody the cultural and racial mix of the Malay Peninsula. Being middle-aged women, they would often discuss their relationships with their ageing mothers
One of history’s most infamous characters has arrived in Adelaide as Australia’s leading contemporary theatre company, shake & stir, brings Bram Stoker’s Dracula to life
From the creators of Grug comes Beep, a new and original piece of children's theatre.
Split Second Heroes is a contemporary dance production under the choreography of Gabrielle Nankivell and part of the inSPACE Program.
John Bell and Simon Tedeschi’s imagining of Lord Alfred Tennyson’s 'Enoch Arden' is a stripped-back account of heartfelt passion.
Featuring the powerhouse voices of Chelsea Renton-Gibb, Amanda Harrison and Melissa Langton , 'CYrens' features perfect harmonies and impeccable timing.
Using two chairs, boundless imagination and an incredible talent for creating out of this world characters the Pajama Men craft a beautiful absurdist masterpiece.
Since she became a mega-star on Neighbours in 1986, singer and actress Kylie Minogue has captivated audiences.
'Cyrens' collaboration between Melissa Langton, Amanda Harrison, Chelsea Renton-Gibb and Musical Director Mark Jones, and focuses on the music of Cy Coleman.
'Sista Girl' presents the emotional journeys of two half-sisters from completely opposite backgrounds as they meet for the first time after the death of their father.
In a post-apocalyptic America where all remnants of past society have been destroyed, one remains; the long-living legacy of The Simpsons.
This is a one-man show that details the extent people will go to to retain hope and happiness in their everyday lives in the face of crippling depression.
This trio of ladies from rural Queensland have a unique way of looking at life and Christmas, leading to a hilarious couple of hours for their privileged audience.
Fran Edwards interviews Mourne Kransky (Annie Lee) about her and her sisters' up coming Xmas show, 'A Very Kransky Christmas.
Three straight, white brothers and their father come together at Christmas to celebrate in the “proper” straight, white way: by drinking beer, eating Chinese take-out and playing video games.
The ever-funny, ever-popular Sammy J performs some of his greatest laugh-out-loud hits at this year's Cabaret Festival.
Set in 1988, Margaret Thatcher: Queen of Soho, a political and satirical cabaret, uses a plot strand of Margaret Thatcher grappling with the issue of Section 28.