An ensemble cast of multi-disciplinary performers use dance, puppetry, song, circus and a rich array of instruments in this celebration of a life lived without compromise.
The stage is set for a sparkling Adelaide Cabaret Festival after this year’s Variety Gala showcase.
Like a spider quietly weaving a delicate web, writer and performer Tracy Crisp deftly spins connections back and forth between three narratives using an exploration of memory as the anchoring thread. ★★★★★
Just as comfortable with operatic arias as he is with modern power ballads, Dr Lane switches confidently between song and spoken word, his love for the music evident in the emotion he brings to this performance. ★★★★
Where better to delve into tales of poverty, conflict and resilience than Bowden, once inner-west slum, now desirable city-fringe home to a diverse and growing population. ★★★★
Audiences are invited into the homes of strangers to hear their stories in this intimate OzAsia experience. Our reviewer was hosted by entrepreneur and former lady mayoress of Adelaide Genevieve Haese.