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Editor's Choice Recurring

Opera Australia: Cinderella

Regent Theatre 191 Collins St, Melbourne, VIC
Written for television, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella attracted more than 100 million viewers when it screened in 1957, with Julie Andrews in the title role. It was adapted for Broadway in 2013 with a reworked book by Douglas Carter Beane, who brought a more modern take to the classic tale –…
Editor's Choice Recurring

Opera Australia: Cinderella

Regent Theatre 191 Collins St, Melbourne, VIC
Written for television, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella attracted more than 100 million viewers when it screened in 1957, with Julie Andrews in the title role. It was adapted for Broadway in 2013 with a reworked book by Douglas Carter Beane, who brought a more modern take to the classic tale –…
Editor's Choice Recurring

Opera Australia: Madama Butterfly

Sydney Opera House Sydney, NSW
Graeme Murphy’s production of Puccini’s classic opens in a bondage club and takes it from there. “It’s a visual feast,” wrote Limelight of the digital screen-enhanced premiere staging in 2019, “but with so many ideas thrown into the mix and little to tie them all together (despite all the rope…
Editor's Choice Recurring

Opera Australia: Cinderella

Regent Theatre 191 Collins St, Melbourne, VIC
Written for television, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella attracted more than 100 million viewers when it screened in 1957, with Julie Andrews in the title role. It was adapted for Broadway in 2013 with a reworked book by Douglas Carter Beane, who brought a more modern take to the classic tale –…
Editor's Choice Recurring

Opera Australia: Cinderella

Regent Theatre 191 Collins St, Melbourne, VIC
Written for television, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella attracted more than 100 million viewers when it screened in 1957, with Julie Andrews in the title role. It was adapted for Broadway in 2013 with a reworked book by Douglas Carter Beane, who brought a more modern take to the classic tale –…
Editor's Choice Recurring

Opera Australia: Madama Butterfly

Sydney Opera House Sydney, NSW
Graeme Murphy’s production of Puccini’s classic opens in a bondage club and takes it from there. “It’s a visual feast,” wrote Limelight of the digital screen-enhanced premiere staging in 2019, “but with so many ideas thrown into the mix and little to tie them all together (despite all the rope…
Editor's Choice Recurring

Opera Australia: La Traviata

Sydney Opera House Sydney, NSW
Elijah Moshinsky’s scrupulously observed period staging of Verdi’s classic remains one of OA’s most effective, if highly traditional, productions. Michael Yeargan’s sumptuous salon sets, all burnished red velvet and Persian rugs, perfectly capture the claustrophobic world in which the opera’s consumptive courtesan finds herself trapped. Stacey Alleaume received rave reviews…
Editor's Choice Recurring

Opera Australia: Madama Butterfly

Sydney Opera House Sydney, NSW
Graeme Murphy’s production of Puccini’s classic opens in a bondage club and takes it from there. “It’s a visual feast,” wrote Limelight of the digital screen-enhanced premiere staging in 2019, “but with so many ideas thrown into the mix and little to tie them all together (despite all the rope…
Editor's Choice Recurring

Opera Australia: La Traviata

Sydney Opera House Sydney, NSW
Elijah Moshinsky’s scrupulously observed period staging of Verdi’s classic remains one of OA’s most effective, if highly traditional, productions. Michael Yeargan’s sumptuous salon sets, all burnished red velvet and Persian rugs, perfectly capture the claustrophobic world in which the opera’s consumptive courtesan finds herself trapped. Stacey Alleaume received rave reviews…
Editor's Choice Recurring

Opera Australia: Il Trovatore

Sydney Opera House Sydney, NSW
With more twists and turns than a gypsy’s fandango, Verdi’s Il Trovatore might not be the easiest plot to follow but it boasts an almost back-to-back run of opera’s greatest hits, from the thunderous Anvil Chorus and the melodramatic Stride la vampa to the haunting Miserere and the heroic Di quella…
Editor's Choice Recurring

Opera Australia: La Traviata

Sydney Opera House Sydney, NSW
Elijah Moshinsky’s scrupulously observed period staging of Verdi’s classic remains one of OA’s most effective, if highly traditional, productions. Michael Yeargan’s sumptuous salon sets, all burnished red velvet and Persian rugs, perfectly capture the claustrophobic world in which the opera’s consumptive courtesan finds herself trapped. Stacey Alleaume received rave reviews…
Editor's Choice Recurring

Opera Australia: Madama Butterfly

Sydney Opera House Sydney, NSW
Graeme Murphy’s production of Puccini’s classic opens in a bondage club and takes it from there. “It’s a visual feast,” wrote Limelight of the digital screen-enhanced premiere staging in 2019, “but with so many ideas thrown into the mix and little to tie them all together (despite all the rope…