Post-punk surrealism meets Japanese Noh theatre in Hotel Pro Forma’s avant-garde Australian debut, writes Alison Flett.
Sutra’s stylish mix of kung fu, tai chi and contemporary dance, is a striking paean to the power of movement infused with a deep-seated humanity.
Carefully conceived and delicately delivered, State Theatre Company’s That Eye, The Sky imbues Tim Winton’s slice-of-life novel with warm humanity and a quiet dignity.
Magical, mesmerising and utterly real, National Theatre of Great Britain’s The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time is possibly the best stage adaptation you’ll ever see.
State Theatre Company Ensemble swap sense and sensibility for satire and slapstick in their genre-busting production of Jane Austen’s restrained romance.
In his latest film, The Death of Stalin, satirical maestro Armando Iannucci casts his acerbic eye back in time to Stalinist Russia and the political upheaval that took place when the demon dictator died.