One man dares to review all

Chances are you have never met anybody like Myles Barlow and you’ve never seen a show quite like his.

Love potion works its magic

Wide blue skies, a windmill atop ochre coloured hills, and the token sheep of an outback station set the opening scene of the QPAC production The Elixir of Love firmly in Australian territory. The light-hearted opera, written in two acts by prolific Italian composer Gaetano Donizetti, premiered as L’elisir d’amore in Milan in 1832. This […]

Review: Antigone

Nash Theatre More than 2000 years since it was written, any modern staging of Antigone requires an element of creativity to make it fresh and relevant. The New Farm Nash Theatre’s current production is certainly creative. Director Jeff Zayer has put together an eclectic production that borrows elements of ancient Greek and Roman aesthetic in […]

Gen Y waiting to get into Godot

Tickets to Queensland Theatre Company’s educational production of Waiting For Godot sold out last week, proving the 1949 play still has appeal for Generation Y. The play is a dense absurdist drama about two characters waiting on a desolate road for someone called Godot, who (plot spoiler!) never arrives. Queensland University of Technology Drama Discipline Leader […]

Review: The Tasmanian Babes Fiasco

This is a raucous play about the depraved and crazy antics of a flatshare in Brisbane.

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