AboutKaylee Randall, Author at The Creative Issue
As you make your way into the theatre, an image of two large hands in black and white appear on the curtains. They grasp for one another but slip away after a brief touch. It sets the tone for what is to come. Hope, love, loss.
Getting to know your neighbours takes new form with Open Homes presented by La Boite, Backbone, and Jeffrey Tan. From 25 October to 1 November, Brisbanites are welcoming audiences into their homes for authentic storytelling and genuine connection.
It’s true that opera is often seen as conservative and old-fashioned. Even powerhouse opera countertenor Owen Willets agrees that elitism sometimes reigns supreme across the genre. However, he also attests to the cutting edge nature of opera, stating that it’s always been on the cusp of what’s new.
Brooke Barlow sums up her ship life experience as “hard to explain” and if you know anyone who’s lived and worked on a cruise ship, you’ve probably heard the same thing.
Barlow is a dancer from Perth who took to the high seas with Celebrity Cruises, so far completing five contracts as dance captain with the luxury line and currently wrapping up rehearsals for her sixth.
Currently touring the Western Queensland outback, Bianca MacKail is taking in the sights and sounds – or better yet, the lack thereof.
As she gears up for her next Brisbane show Under My Eye, part of the Wonderland Festival opening on 28 November, having the chance to get in touch with nature is grounding for the circus performer where things can often feel like an illusion.
Woodstock, arguably the most famous and prolific music festival of all time, celebrates its 50th anniversary this year. Well-known for changing the world of music and art, what you may not know is that only four women ever graced the Woodstock stage.
Born from an era of ever-connectedness, Metro Arts welcomes Love and Information by esteemed playwright Caryl Churchill from 31 July – 10 August.
QPAC’s Lyric Theatre was packed with well-dressed friends of the opera on Thursday to experience Tosca, the latest presentation by Opera Queensland.
Taking you through Brisbane’s rich history of queerness as you’re ushered into the world of La Silhouette, artistic director Daniel Gough is helping you reach out and touch the incredible stories of our LGBTIQ+ community at the MELT Festival from 27-30 June.
First performed in 1900, Opera Queensland (OQ) is bringing Tosca to Brisbane, presenting themes just as important today as they were 120 years ago.
Nestled in the quieter part of QPAC during the hustle and bustle for Book of Mormon, a feast of contemporary dance was taking place at the intimate Cremorne Theatre.
Coming to Brisbane for its second life, Barbara and the Camp Dogs is bringing rock n roll to Queensland Theatre in a celebration of First Nations women, hard family truths, and poignant commentary on the state of today’s music industry.
Presented by Adelaide-based theatre company Slingsby, The Young Prince bursts from the imagination of Oscar Wilde to the Brisbane stage at QPAC’s Cremorne Theatre from 23 to 27 July.
Expressions Dance Company brings a whole new meaning to your average dinner party.