Sydney Dance Company presents a spellbinding evening of dance with Gabrielle Nankivell’s dramatic Wildebeest and Rafael Bonachela’s beautifully elegant Frame of Mind, writes Greg Elliott.
Written around 40 years ago but set 40 years in the future, this dark political satire still resonates strongly as a commentary on contemporary governments, writes reviewer Greg Elliott.
Split Second Heroes is an absorbing piece of dance-theatre that brings light to a darkened space with playful duets and complex, tangled trios involving Black, White and Grey.
Slingsby artistic director Andy Packer has said that "the best children's theatre is the best theatre" and this is very true of the company’s latest production, Emil and the Detectives.
New play Kokoda is a monologue featuring Adelaide actor Todd Gray as a private who served with the 39th Battalion on the Kokoda Track to keep the Japanese from advancing to Port Moresby.
Popular a cappella group The Idea of North was joined by impressive vocal percussionist Kaichiro Kitamura for the Adelaide Cabaret Festival show Groove Sessions.