Composer Graeme Koehne, well known for his ballets and orchestral work, combined with talented writer Louis Nowra to write this chamber opera for the Adelaide Festival of Arts 1992.
Attend the tale of Sweeney Todd! State Opera is back with a vengeance courtesy of Mr Todd.
Madama Butterfly started its life in New Zealand, went for a sabbatical in Seattle, and has landed in Adelaide with a stellar cast that brings to life Kate Cherry’s emotionally truthful and heart-rending production.
The State Opera’s production of Gilbert and Sullivan’s popular operetta is a sparkling version that verges on anime.
Leoš Janáček wrote Cunning Little Vixen in1924; it is a work of incredible beauty in the true minimalist form that was his unique signature.
The writer of song’s like That Old Black Magic, Let’s Fall in Love and Over the Rainbow is fondly remembered in this tribute to the Music of Harold Arlen.
If you are a fan of the music of Andrew Lloyd Webber, then you will not want to miss this production, but be quick as it ends on Sunday.
The influence of director, Ric Trevaskis, could be clearly seen in this very fine production of what is, arguably, Stephen Sondheim’s most loved musical, the multi award-winning, Into the Woods. Not surprisingly, even at a 5pm Sunday matinee performance, the auditorium was packed.