AboutCaroline Wild, Author at The Creative Issue
The recent Brisbane Sings show choir performance at QPAC was filled with amazing local singing talent, however one group truly captured our attention, commercial Queensland Show Choir group More Than Words.
Some true-blue 70â€™s Aussie lingo, objectifying of women, trivialisation of criminal acts and dark comedy all come together harmoniously in the revived theatre production of David Williamsonâ€™s The Removalists.
The Brisbane Powerhouse is synonymous with Brisbane culture, but this little piece of history has so much more to offer than comedy, music and performing arts shows. Even better: most of it is free!
Poor choices, rejection, loss and regret. As somber as it may seem, these are the issues and emotions faced by every family. The Queensland Theatre Companyâ€™s new production Gloria, by Elaine Acworth, takes you on an emotional journey of one family who faces these issues, and so many more.
Obsession, love, tragedy and the aim for perfection are brought to centre stage in Natalie Weirâ€™s adaption of Hans Christen Andersonâ€™s fairytale The Red Shoes, performed by Expressions Dance Company.
What could be better than indulging in champagne with scones and macaroons whilst watching four beauties showcase new Spring/Summer looks? Absolutely nothing!
Choristers spread amongst the orchestra, influencing notes, and taking control of the arrangement, it defies every principle of musical performance, and almost renders the composer irrelevant. This is what the Queensland Symphony Orchestra is giving audiences when Ghosts in the OrchestraÂ premieres on Saturday, August 9.