This live cinema experience about the loss of the video store is an original feat of Australian independent theatre, thoughtful and affecting.
Anna O'Byrne shines in her first solo show, a "loverly" production, which beguiles with its honesty and gorgeous vocals.
The world premiere of this new Australian opera – a work that prompts dread as well as wonder about humanity's relationship with the natural world – was an enormous triumph, artistically and logistically.
A gilt-edged ensemble of soloists with superlative all-round ability and stamina deliver a performance of dramatic power and grim beauty in Verdi's seldom-seen five-act Don Carlos.
Festival serving a community's growing enthusiasm for chamber music explores the art of communication with a varied program.
An all-day jazz festival presented 22 concerts in six venues within the confines of the Sydney Conservatorium.
This concert demonstrated the fantastic collaborative creation possible between a great conductor and orchestra – one wonderfully complemented and enlivened by the spotlighting of four fabulous soloists at the height of their artistic prowess.
Australian premiere of Ernest Hutcheson's Piano Concerto was an uneven performance, but one hopes it will inspire a revival of the neglected composer's work.
This portrait of the trailblazing actress was also a meditation on misogyny and power in the theatre and beyond.
Australian opera’s star couple reflected on their amazing careers and lives together with repertoire that inspired them in an intimate, well-presented and received recital.
An entertaining production of the bittersweet musical, which dissects a love story from beginning to end and back again, but there is more emotion to be found.
The legendary duo charm the audience with their mix of routines, old and new, while reminding us that what they do is not magic but a trick.
This masterful, heartwarming one-hander, performed by Jonny Hawkins, celebrates an elderly woman’s life and wisdom.