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The Creative Issue – News for Creatives | October 19, 2019

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performing arts, stage shows, theatre

performing arts, stage shows, theatre

Student Theatre Fast Coming to La Boite

May 28, 2013 |

The time has finally arrived! After months of anticipation, students from across Australia will soon arrive in Brisbane to celebrate their love of theatre at FAST 2013. You too can join in! Head over to La Boite between the … Read More

On Board A Streetcar Named Desire

May 18, 2013 |

New Farm Nash Theatre’s latest production, A Streetcar Named Desire, has opened and it’s been embraced by reviewers and audiences alike.

The classic play by Tennessee Williams takes place in 1940s New Orleans and tells the story of dysfunctional family … Read More

Queensland Ballet a Super Star

May 16, 2013 |

The first Queensland Government Super Star grant has been announced.

The Queensland Ballet has been chosen as the lucky recipient of the $300,000 prize, which will be used to fund a production of Kenneth MacMillan’s acclaimed Romeo and Juliet.

“MacMillan’s … Read More

Sans Love, a life without love is like …

May 15, 2013 |

Last night I was lucky enough to see a preview of Sans Love. A production about the desolate world of heartbreak, Sans Love looks at how society represents and copes with the emotional trauma of falling in and out … Read More

2013 – When We Were Idiots

May 10, 2013 |

The year is 2113. Our world is not the dystopian sci-fi fantasy as predicted in countless 80’s flicks, but an aquatic age lead by penguin dressed comedian Xavier Toby. 2013 – When We Were Idiots, is a back-to-the-future … Read More

Painting Brisbane Red

May 9, 2013 |

The Brisbane Theatre Company has brought the Melbourne Theatre Company’s mesmerising production of Red north for the first time.

The play follows the legendary American artist Mark Rothko as he paints a series of murals for the soon-to-be-opened Four Seasons restaurant … Read More

Fractal brings Frankenstein to life

May 5, 2013 |

Fractal Theatre Company’s Frankenstein celebrated its opening night at the Brisbane Arts Theatre last Friday evening.

It is clear that the foundations of this new interpretation are strong despite the few minor hiccups that crept into … Read More

A Beginner’s Guide to Brisbane Performing Arts – Part 1

May 2, 2013 |

Brisbane is full of great performing arts spaces; the problem is simply knowing where to look to find them.

That’s where we at Creative Drinks come in. We’re all about uncovering local talent and are here to make sure you … Read More

Experience Theatre Anywhere in Brisbane

April 25, 2013 |

Did you know that you can experience live theatre anywhere in Brisbane? I really do mean anywhere.

The Anywhere Theatre Festival in on from the 8 – 19 May; its a great opportunity to get out and see live performances … Read More

On the set of RUINED, with Kelly Calder

April 24, 2013 |

The independent theatre group THAT Production Company are staging the Australian premiere of the Pulitzer Prize winning play RUINED by Lynn Nottage at Studio 188, as part of the 2013 Ipswich Festival. I got to … Read More

Soon to be Ruined

April 18, 2013 |

THAT Production Company is getting ready for the Australian premier of the Pulitzer-prize-winning play, Ruined. I sat down with Artistic Director Tim Wynn to find out more about this exciting new project.

CD: THAT Production company … Read More

Craving Food – La Boite’s Roundhouse

April 11, 2013 |

Following the success of its latest production, Holding the Man, La Boite’s Roundhouse Theatre is gearing up to host another great Australian performance.

Food will begin its limited run on the 16th of April and is part of the theatre’s … Read More

Development Directions

April 4, 2013 |

The Queensland Theatre Company’s (QTC) Creative Development Series currently underway; its a terrific way for theatre goers to step backstage and find out what really happens behind-the-scenes of a stage production.

“Creative Development is how we cultivate and nurture … Read More

‘Deadly’ Dance

March 28, 2013 |

Brisbane’s Kangaroo Point was once the land of the Turrbal people. Today, it is where you will find the Aboriginal Centre for Performing Arts (ACPA).

Now in its sixteenth year, the institute has earned itself an enviable reputation within … Read More