AboutKatherine Sullivan, Author at The Creative Issue
Christine AnuÂ is arguably Australiaâ€™s most successful indigenous performer and one of Australiaâ€™s most popular recording artists, backed by an award-winning repertoire spanning across music, theatre, dance, film, television and childrenâ€™s entertainment.
Following the critically acclaimed Ladies in Black, which closed the Queensland Theatre Companyâ€™s 2015 season, Ronald Harwood’s Quartet opens their 2016 season. Unfortunately, the production lacks the magic that the company usually bring to the stage.
Armed with a ukulele, spinning plates and an array of costumes that traverse gender stereotypes, Crowtownâ€™s Jessica McKerlie presents a smorgasboard of original music, burlesque and poetry. Gender Spanner is part of Brisbane Powerhouseâ€™s 2016 Melt Festival and we spoke to Jessica about the creation of this bold and original show.
After making over 300,000 Australians laugh on his last tour and taking a year off to star in his first feature film, Carl Barron returns to the stage with his brand new show. If previous record is anything to go by, it is strongly advised to grab your tickets early!
Stephen King’s iconic novel takes to the stage as a musical production this month at the Brisbane Powerhouse.
From tackling the Rubikâ€™s Cube to investigating the claims of so-called psychics and ghost hunters in his documentary series Unbelievable (ABC1), Lawrence Leung has always been driven by curiosity. But the conclusion and answers arenâ€™t the best part of tackling the unknown â€“ itâ€™s in the figuring out.
Heathers The Musical kicks off what will hopefully be another stellar year for Australian musical theatre. Grab your best friends, scrunches and a large glass of champagne and settle down for an evening of high-school bitchiness and bloodshed. Itâ€™s a combination to die for.
Joyous. Sexy. Heartbreaking. Â I Want To Know What Love will take you on a dizzying ride through loveâ€™s collision course.
After a long stint in Las Vegas, local performance artist Leah Shelton is back in Brisvegas with her new production Pulpshow. The show doesn’t just push boundaries, it annihilates them.
Pulpshow is a trip through a sunburnt country where cars …
Performed by Daniel Cabrera and presented by Kate McDowell as part of the Wonderland Festival at the Brisbane Powerhouse, Who is Dani Cabs showcased all of his talents (self-admittedly thereâ€™s not many).
Ma Ma Ma Mad is a powerful play based on writer and performer Merlynn Tongâ€™s life. It follows her childhood in Singapore and explores death and suicide, sex and sexual awakening, family and culture.
Leah Shelton is an Australian performance maker, choreographer, and chameleon with a passion for the surreal, the subversive, and the absurd. Â After a nine month stint in an acclaimed variety show in Las Vegas, Leah is back with Pulpshow, a new physical comedy for Brisbane Powerhouseâ€™s 2015 Wonderland Festival.