Tale as old as time, and one that’s perfect for the whole family! Disney’s Beauty and the Beast Jr is the classic Disney story of forbidden love
Browsing: Performing Arts Reviews
Starting last week, the improvisation group, Soap! Improv, is presenting an on-going, improvised ‘Upstairs Downstairs’-style show, ‘Upstairs Downton’.
One of history’s most infamous characters has arrived in Adelaide as Australia’s leading contemporary theatre company, shake & stir, brings Bram Stoker’s Dracula to life
Our Boys is a play by Jonathan Lewis set in a military hospital in London in 1984.
Macbeth is one of Shakespeare’s most recognised tragedies, following arguably one of theatre’s most complex couples on their increasingly merciless path towards the crown. But, are the Macbeth’s monsters of ambition and savagery, or are they the fractured result of trauma?
The pairing of these two is interesting, as it’s immediately apparent that they both belong to two different genres,
From the creators of Grug comes Beep, a new and original piece of children’s theatre.
The Last Five Years’ follows the five-year relationship of Jamie and Cathy. Jamie’s story moves forwards in time, whilst Cathy’s begins at the end of their relationship and works backwards.
Rising Stars featured songs from stage and screen (and a couple from television), collecting donations for the Starlight Foundation.
Ivan Menchell’s The Cemetery Club is a very realistic look into the lives of three widows, who visit their husband’s headstones and have formed the appropriately named club.
Charlotte Bronte’s classic English novel, ‘Jane Eyre’ is brought to the stage by a dedicated cast in Therry’s latest production.
A filmed staging of Teatro alla Scala’s production of Mozart’s opera about a man attempting to free his kidnapped lover and her servants, filmed live in June this year.
The South Australian Light Opera Society (SALOS) are presenting not one but two Gilbert & Sullivan classics, ‘Trial By Jury’ and ‘HMS Pinafore’ at their home base, the Tower Arts Centre, Pasadena
The White House Murder Case is unnervingly topical for a play that first saw the light of day in 1970. Set in 2020, it prophesies the outlandish concept of Americans fighting in a war on foreign soil, whilst having little or no idea of the reasons for the conflict.
Three Tall Women by American playwright Edward Albee has been taken on by the University of Adelaide Theatre Guild under the direction of Geoff Brittain.
Drawing on four of Shakespeare’s history plays (Richard II, Henry IV and Henry V), director Rob Croser has woven an enthralling single play.
Scotch College’s school musical this year is ‘The Addams Family’. Glam’s Arts Editor Brian Godfrey reviews the Kooky Cast
Movie Masterpieces 2: The Sequel explores how soundtracks have made films more powerful. Hosted by movie reviewer extraordinaire Margaret Pomeranz and musical conductor Guy Noble.
The ever-reliable St Jude’s have chosen a recent Neil Simon as their latest offering. Unlike the standard, Simon canon, this piece is gently sentimental and quietly humorous