This ‘The 39 Steps’ is a funny, good natured send-up of the classic Alfred Hitchcock movie that was in turn based on John Buchan’s famous British thriller novel.
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Arthur Miller was without doubt one of the major writers of the 20th Century and amongst his best plays Death of a Salesman stands out as one of the best.
Titus Andronicus’ is thought to be Shakespeare’s earliest tragedy, written while he was still learning his craft.
A magnificent filmed stage show of Giuseppe Verdi’s crowning jewel opera. A new production presented by Teatro alla Scala and filmed live on stage.
Tea Tree Player’s latest comic offering, ‘Happy Event’ follows Jane Harbottle and her ill-fated dinner party where she intends to tell her husband that she is pregnant.
Gilbert and Sullivan’s ‘The Pirates of Penzance’ is an oft-performed and very well-known piece of theatre due to its fun nature and memorable songs.
The Rodgers and Hammerstein classic ‘The Sound Of Music’ is given a facelift in this delightful new version.
‘Billy: My Life’ uses a series of videos that catalogue Billy Joel’s successes and failures linked together by songs from the period, performed by a trio of musicians.
The Lover’s Garden or Il Giardino Degli Amanti is a new ballet which delightfully pairs Mozart’s famous quartets and quintets with characters from his operas.
The third of the Coopers Late Night Sessions saw Australian singer-songwriters, Genevieve Chadwick and Daniel Champagne, perform a set each.
Marc Camoletti’s farce is firmly fixed in the 60’s. A key part of the plot hinges on the change over to the faster jets that sped up travel time and altered airline timetables.
Chris Thile, Paul Kowert, Noam Pikelny, Chris Eldridge, and Gabe Witcher, are The Punch Brothers.
As part of the Coopers Late Night Sessions, Sydney outfit Crusin’ Deuces rocked The Space on Friday night.
Scotch College tends to raise the bar with their musical productions, and with ’42nd Street’ this year is certainly no exception.
An interactive horror experience where audiences are led through the darkened rooms of Miss Courtney’s sick house of murder, lust and twisted romance.
Arthur Miller’s tale about the Salem witch trials is a very strong piece of theatre. Instead of losing its relevance, it becomes more pertinent than ever.
Patch Theatre Company’s latest production is a show for children 4-8 years old, Inspired by three books by Stephen Michael King, including ‘Emily Loves to Bounce’.
Thornton Wilder’s ‘The Matchmaker’ is an hilarious and witty look at arranged romances.
In his comedy/drama, ‘Biography: A Game’ Max Frisch questions our ability to change against our own habits, our desire for immediate gratification, and our fear of the unknown.