I, Claude Monet presents the human being behind some of the western world’s most admired and influential paintings.
The Gods of Strangers will strike a chord for many theatregoers, whether involved in migration to Australia or otherwise touched by significant loss and displacement.
There’s a wonderful opportunity for conflict when two directors vie for the same theatre space in which to rehearse their plays after a booking mix-up. Who wants to give in? Well, neither, of course.
Plots about baddies wanting to possess ultimate world power are easy to find. Hampered by a predictable storyline and some wooden acting, The Girl in the Spider’s Web is not one of the better ones.
Featuring violin soloist Natsuko Yoshimoto and guest conductor Karina Canellakis, this Adelaide Symphony Orchestra Master Series concert takes audiences on a journey that is by turns romantic and emotive, dramatic and unsettling.
Filmmaker Michael Moore’s latest documentary is a dramatic exposé of rampant and long-term abuses of power in US politics – including a chilling example that left families in a Michigan town with severe health problems.