This Australian Dance Theatre performance is so primal, powerful and beautiful that even its abrupt ending due to a power cut didn’t dampen the well-deserved standing ovation.
Slingsby Theatre brings a picture book to life through song and animated projection to highlight the natural beauty and raw vigour of diversity.
The Impressionist masterpieces from Paris’s Musée d’Orsay are like a window onto a past life for expat art historian Katherine Arguile. But seeing them anew at the Art Gallery of SA also makes her happier than ever to live in Adelaide.
State Theatre Company’s revival of Andrew Bovell’s 1988 satirical comedy serves up the pathos of disillusioned love and loneliness with a generous helping of savage wit and hilarity.
This beautiful, harrowing and important documentary film by Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei confronts us with the humanity behind the indescribable suffering of the world’s displaced peoples.
The much-fêted Akram Khan’s final full-length dance performance is a consummate work of anguish and exquisite beauty, writes Katherine Arguile.