A pleasant sunset cruise with a pop-up performance, an art installation and a soundscape were each enjoyable in their own right but there was little transition between them.
Big suits, big stakes and big lies collide in this exceptional revival of David Mamet's ageless classic.
This beautifully balanced concert program by Camerata delivers a fine musical and vocal interpretation of The Conference of the Birds, with added visual elements.
Dead Puppet Society’s space opera immerses audiences in a new kind of theatrical storytelling.
RED is an intense and confronting ride, but its virtuosity ensures you won’t be able to turn away from start to finish.
A sublime aural dreamscape, painting a whirl of subjective visions into each psyche.
Marvellously produced, cleverly staged, Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is a glorious heart-warming tale and a sure-fired five-star success.
Kurt Weill’s wonderful score of Street Scene is given a fine musical interpretation but proves to be a challenging work for the opera students.
This new stage adaptation captures the big heart of Dalton's much-loved book and delivers it with inventive stagecraft and cinematic flair.
The QSO’s Queensland’s Finest program featured three of Queensland’s brightest young classical artists – a composer, a conductor and a pianist – in a high quality and joyous program.
Stepping into the void after a COVID cancellation, this quartet of Adelaide musicians delivered a very fine performance of 20th-century French chamber works.
A breezy, fun morning of sparkling orchestral favourites, which didn't always gel as a cohesive whole but which offered smooth sailing from QSO (and no jetlag).
This program of Bach's music is just the thing for an anxious world and is superbly performed by the ABO musicians and Jonas Zschenderlein, but the editing lets them down.