Brothers Wreck is a well-written play which offers its audience a rare experience in theatre: the opportunity to watch something intensely real which could potentially influence human relations in this country.
Wayne Brady is a genuine star of stage and screen: he sings, dances, acts and good-naturedly makes fun of there being nothing to do in Adelaide after 10pm.
New State Theatre Company play Terrestrial is a tale of two teenagers finding consolation in an isolated South Australian town while wondering whether they are being watched over by extraterrestrial beings.
Choreographer Alison Currie’s latest dance work Concrete Impermanence features various sized cardboard concertina fans, which are used to explore the relationship between inanimate objects and human beings.
Desiree Frahn shines as the golden priestess in State Opera’s picturesque realisation of Georges Bizet’s The Pearl Fishers, which tells the story of two men who fall in love with the same woman.
Opening in cinemas at the same time as his final album tops the ARIA charts, this documentary offers an intimate look at the life of Gurrumul – the singer with an angelic voice who raised awareness of Yolngu culture around the world.