Australia - Melbourne
THE NATIONAL GOES INTERNATIONAL Announces New Date at National Theatre Melbourne
by Stephi Wild on August 03, 2021 in Australia - Melbourne
Led by the National Theatre Ballet School's Artistic Director Damian Smith, this celebratory performance has a focus on international dance styles and includes pieces by local dance companies Karma Dance and the Lehenda Ukranian Dance Company.
Australia - Sydney
JAGGED LITTLE PILL Australian Premiere Postponed Due to Covid-19
by Alexa Criscitiello on July 29, 2021 in Australia - Sydney
Producers have today announced the postponement of the Australian premiere of JAGGED LITTLE PILL from September as a result of the current COVID-19 situation in Greater Sydney and NSW and uncertainty about future gathering and movement restrictions affecting the operation of theatres.
Australia - Perth
BWW Previews: SAVAGE GRACE at State Theatre Centre Of WA
by David Bravos on August 04, 2021 in Australia - Perth
In 2001 Sally Richardson founded Steamworks Arts. Their first wort was a hit, enjoying two runs in Perth before being invited to Sydney, as well as being recorded for ABC Radio Drama. Steamworks are returning to SAVAGE GRACE with the same cast and crew to celebrate and reflect upon how the company, the people, and the world have changed since.
Australia - Brisbane
VAN GOGH ALIVE Comes To Brisbane This October
by Stephi Wild on July 27, 2021 in Australia - Brisbane
Van Gogh Alive is the large-scale, multi-sensory experience that has inspired over 7 million people across more than 70 cities around the world. The digital spectacular opens on Thursday 21st October for a strictly limited season at Northshore, Brisbane.
Australia - Adelaide
ActNow Theatre Announces The 2021 MakeSpace Residents
by Stephi Wild on August 04, 2021 in Australia - Adelaide
The MakeSpace Residencies offer emerging South Australian artists an extraordinary opportunity to develop new work. The four artists will be paired with mentors, provided free use of ActNow’s CBD venue, MakeSpace, along with a stipend and additional funds to support collaboration with artists of their own choosing and/or equipment and any additional production costs.
BWW Review: THE MOUSETRAP at The Pumphouse, Takapuna
by Glenda Pearce on July 29, 2021 in New Zealand
What would you expect from a classic murder mystery, written in 1952 that ran in London's West End continuously until 16 March 2020? And even then the stage performances were only discontinued due to the COVID-19 pandemic! Aren't you just a little curious about this phenomenon?