All tagged his majesty's theatre
Featuring a diverse group of young people trying to live by their values in an increasingly noisy world, HAIR is about the tribes we come to identify with. Bec Bowman caught up with star Stefanie Caccamo – and former Perthite - to chat about her role in HAIR, and what she thinks of the nudity and the tribe.
Held at the gorgeous His Majesty’s Theatre, Circus Oz was an exciting, impressive and humorous affair.
This 2-hour long chaotic production presents disaster after disaster, with each new technical difficulty, injury and personal dispute executed with perfect comedic timing.
Simultaneously meditative and electrifying, One Infinity is an act of deep listening and profound engagement. This production features the Jun Tian Fang Music Ensemble, members of Dance North Australia and the Beijing Dance Theatre.
It's a simply remarkable production in every way, shape and form.
The National Theatre of Great Britain is bringing the phenomenal theatre adaption of Mark Haddon’s The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time to major Australian cities. We were lucky to catch up with cast member Kaffe Keating to find out what makes this production so special.
Hidden away in a jam-packed guide, Miss Westralia was an original musical comedy showcasing the talent and history of our state.
There was many a time that I literally jumped in my seat, gripping the arm rests – yes, it was that good. Be prepared to see a play of harsh, confronting truth; one that may leave you shaken and emotionally drained.
Finally! Someone creates a dance performed on a large scale mattress. As chaotic as that may seem, the Beijing Dance Theatre has truly mastered the concept.