Noni Hazlehurst is unrecognisable as dishevelled vagrant Christie, wandering about the rubbish that litters the Cremorne
The 1947 play A Streetcar Named Desire is the most celebrated of Tennessee Williams’ works.
Pre-show music and mingling sets the tone of The Neighbourhood, as the show’s performers (Cieavash
The satire about the film and publishing industries in Sydney (the Emerald City of the
Wolfgang’s Magical Musical Circus is a stunning display of daredevil acrobatic artistry set to the
Based on the 1975 classic film “Monty Python and the Holy Grail”, a cheeky Camelot spoof
Even before the QPAC curtain raises on Chicago, its experience is evocative, with a black
Sophocles’ Antigone is more than two thousand years old, yet as a story with conflict
There is a chill in the air of the Cremorne Theatre as Jane Eyre begins.
Muriel’s Wedding The Musical begins with a ‘Sunshine State of Mind’ Porpoise Spit burst of