Theatre review: Touching the Void, MTC
Facing the wrath of implacable nature one timorous step at a time.
Flexible thinking replaces old subscription models
The pandemic has forced new ways of thinking, including new approaches to subscriptions and seasons.
Theatre review: Death of a Salesman, STC
An energised version of a well-worn American classic.
Theatre review: The Comedy of Errors, Melbourne Shakespeare Company
Outdoors Shakespeare for the young and old in this kid-friendly performance.
Theatre review: Home Chat, Genesian Theatre Company
Lies and subterfuge in Noël Coward play about (possible) adultery.
Theatre review: The Lovely Bones, New Theatre
The stage adaptation of the bestselling novel is a contemplative production.
Theatre review: As You Like It, MTC
A big cast, a lavish set, and a legacy of high Renaissance pastoral comedy animate MTC's lockdown return.
Alexander Berlage leads the return of live theatre with Mr Burns
Alexander Berlage is giving back to his alma mater, directing Anne Washburn’s darkly comic Mr Burns, a post-electric play, part…
Broadway hits relaunch the city
Moulin Rouge!, Disney’s Frozen, and a renewed take on Harry Potter and the Cursed Child breathes magic back to Melbourne…
Theatre review: The Maids
Genet’s fevered fantasy of murderous freedom is given a high definition performance by two star actors.