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The Creative Issue – News for Creatives | August 17, 2019

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performing arts, stage shows, theatre

performing arts, stage shows, theatre

Stephen Sondheim’s Company at Brisbane Powerhouse

August 3, 2018 |

“It’s just that you have to want to marry somebody, not just somebody.” Company explores the art of maintaining relationships in a society where public and private spheres increasingly intertwine, and technology continually becomes more pivotal. Read More

Alas, April: a little touch of France

July 30, 2018 |

The Brisbane French Theatre brings a little bit of Paris to life in their new, original production, Alas, April. Read More

Little Women: the Broadway musical at The Brisbane Powerhouse

July 22, 2018 |

Louisa May Scott’s novel Little Women tells a story relevant in any year since the date it was published, including today, as was evident in the recent Broadway-style production of the novel at The Brisbane Powerhouse.    Read More

Brisbane City Opera – Apollo & Dafne

July 21, 2018 |

There is an old Latin saying: ‘Nhil Sub Sol Novum’ translating to ‘there is nothing new under the sun’. Read More

July In Queensland Theatre

July 17, 2018 |

July promises to be an exciting month for theatre in Queensland with many innovative and exiting shows lined up. Read More

Dramaturg – Dramatic Composition for the Stage

July 17, 2018 |

I spoke with Brisbane-based, freelance Dramaturg, Rhumer Diball, about her experiences in the industry and her journey in developing her career. Read More

Out of the Box Festival: Kid Culture Heaven

June 28, 2018 |

This June Queensland’s Performing Arts Centre (QPAC) will host the biennial Out of the Box Festival aimed at children eight years an under. Parents can expect five days of excellent theatre under the protective parapet of sunny South Bank’s Cultural Centre.

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Paris in July: Alas, April

June 18, 2018 |

Calling all Francophiles and international theatre-lovers for an immersive, comedic French experience. Read More

Calculating the Gravity of Love: The Mathematics of Longing

June 11, 2018 |

I’m always excited when arriving at La Boite’s Roundhouse Theatre. Read More

Inside Australia’s Biggest Show: The Merry Widow Opera

June 11, 2018 |

The Merry Widow was launched way back in the distant marauding dust of January 2018. Read More

The Longest Minute: Good for Theatre go-ers better for Cowboys fans

June 4, 2018 |

“Footy: It’ll break your heart.” Quite, well partially. It can be quite funny, mostly.  Except when it gets too saccharine or too serious. The Longest Minute premiered last week in the Crenmore Theatre and for many brings the raw passion … Read More

The Dollhouse Inside: Cassandra and The Boy Doll

June 2, 2018 |

Determining one’s place in the world is often difficult, especially when the core determinant of feeling truly human is fighting to find a solid and personally truthful identity.
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Private Lives Review

May 26, 2018 |

When myself and my girlfriend were ejected from our Uber in Newstead House we thought we were gate crashing a wedding. Read More

In Alien Skin: Resident Alien

May 23, 2018 |

Inspiration in cynicism may seem like an oxymoron, but Resident Alien shows that it is anything but contradictory. Read More