‘Jane Eyre’ was spine-chilling.
Australian-based theatre company shake & stir has presented a spine-chilling rendition of Charlotte Bronte’s feminist classic, ‘Jane Eyre’.
‘All’s Nell That Ends Nell’ was tantalising.
Nell Campbell’s one-woman show provides longtime and recent fans alike an insight into the behind-the-scenes stories of her star-studded past.
‘Beethoven and Dvorak’ was melodic.
Queensland Symphony Orchestra always excels. In ‘Beethoven and Dvorak’, the immense talent of the orchestra was on dazzling display.
‘The Purple Rabbit’ was spectacular.
‘The Purple Rabbit’ delivered above and beyond its promise of being a night of mischief and magic, and took a vibrant, raunchy and exhilarating journey down the rabbit hole.
‘The Call & The Human Voice’ was soulful.
Opera Queensland has produced a cutting-edge performance that challenges what audiences think opera can be and gives a momentous opportunity for stories of true humanity to be told on a grand scale.
‘Tiddas’ was Jacaranda.
La Boite Theatre, QPAC and Brisbane Festival’s latest production of ‘Tiddas’, in some ways, is a theatrical embodiment of a Welcome to Country.
‘Girl From The North Country’ was poetic.
Reminiscent in style and feel of the family dramas of Arthur Miller, John Steinbeck, Eugene O’Neill and Tennessee Williams, Conor McPherson’s ‘Girl from the North Country’ is a beautifully written story told with heart.
‘Holding Achilles’ was transformative.
QPAC’s Playhouse stage was transported into the grandiose mythical world of ‘The Illiad’ for Dead Puppet Society and Legs On The Wall’s ‘Holding Achilles’.
‘Maho Magic Bar’ was a hustle. Brisbane Festival’s latest attraction, ‘Maho Magic Bar’, wowed audiences with its neon-lit, Yantai-vibed location of Twilight…