AboutKatherine Sullivan, Author at The Creative Issue
Cult musical Little Shop of Horrors arrived in Brisbane this week to a thunderous reaction. Where else can you see a sadistic dentist, a nerdy florist and a man-eating plant come to life?
Before Aladdin, Beauty and the Beast and The Little Mermaid, Howard Ashman and Alan Menken created the musical Little Shop of Horrors…
The travelling band of intrepid funny-makers is taking over Australia, one town at a time, with the Melbourne International Comedy FestivalÂ Roadshow! Do not miss this chance to see some of Australiaâ€™s finest comedians.
I See Me & Meryl Streep charts the extraordinary life and talents of the most celebrated actress of modern times. We chat with Brisbane born actress Alexandra Keddie about bringing the icon to stage.
Six Characters in Search of an Author is performed amidst the enchanting arched chambers of Spring Hillâ€™s underground reservoir. heartBeast Theatreâ€™s latest production is an unforgettable night of theatre that will leave you stunned.
Following their enormous success of their Arena Spectacular version of Cats in 2014, Harvest Rain Theatre Company wows audiences again with Hairspray: The Big Fat Arena Spectacular. This musical extravaganza is guaranteed to have you dancing in the aisles, big hair and all.
In the space of a year Emily Joy will be seen on the big screen running away from a mysterious monster, filming an exciting new sci-thriller and making people laugh through her stand up routines. Are you feeling lazy yet?
Tom Gleesonâ€™s latest show Great is a highlight from this yearâ€™s Brisbane Comedy Festival. His stand-up is relatable, witty and clever, drawing on his experiences as a husband and a father of two to get the show started. Â Letâ€™s be honest, you donâ€™t last as long as Tom Gleeson has if you canâ€™t make a few people laugh.
There just seems to be something about Peter Helliar that Australians seem to love.
Comedy favourite Frank Woodley hits the stage this month as part of the Brisbane Comedy Festival. From K-mart jokes to awkward audience participation, this fast paced show will have you searching the web in a desperate attempt to find out when his next show is.
After a sold out Sydney season in 2013, The Secret River arrivesÂ in Brisbane for the first time. Winner of six Helpmann Awards, The Secret River is a harrowing piece of theatre that is guareented to leave its mark on Brisbane audiences.