The rising interdisciplinary art star's show, called my auntie bought all her skidoos with bead money, features works that shift and vanish
The climactic confrontation in this poisonous mother-daughter tale is impossible to forget.
Babelle Theatre production, set on the Sunshine Coast, features nuanced acting and compelling conflict between the generations, but still leaves questions.
One killer speech encompasses all the play’s themes: the price of honour, the sanctity of duty, and the burden of fathers and father figures.
They sent up baristas, Science World, lululemon, yoga, and our Hollywood North reputation, with slick transitions care of local bands.
The play is written by famed Scottish crime novelist Ian Rankin and Mark Thomson, the artistic director of Edinburgh’s Royal Lyceum Theatre.
Jennifer Wise and Lois Anderson’s adaptation of the Aristophanes classic is refreshingly relevant and fearlessly bonkers.
Brian Ball’s 1930s set effortlessly transports us from rehearsals to dressing rooms and onto the Broadway stage.
At Dancing on the Edge, Meredith Kalaman and Alexander Elliott create eerily cool duets, while at an atmospheric Railtown warehouse, Rachel Meyers's moths mesmerize.
The production values of this show don’t match the beautiful performance of Mallory James, who plays Ella