Brisbane theatre Archives - Page 2 of 2 - The Creative Issue - News for Creatives
In the wake of worldwide Women’s Marches, Lysa, Tania Vukicevic, returns home to the small, backward town she grew up in, ready to make a stand of her own.
“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.
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.
In the lead up to the proposed national plebiscite on marriage equality, certain religious organisations are becoming increasingly vocal opponents of the move. However, Metro Artsâ€™ staging of â€˜Next Fallâ€™ is a bold, timely reminder that whatever your faith, whatever you believe in, love is love is love.
Multi-award winning artist Margi Brown Ash and celebrated director Ben Knapton combine their creative superpowers to produce a new show that blends digital projection with old-fashioned storytelling.
Whether you are dreaming of a career in theatre, enjoy going to the theatre, or just have a general love for great experiences (who doesnâ€™t?), then Theatre Residency Week is for you.
Brisbane’s Underground Productions is proud to showcaseÂ their newest production, Adding Machine: A Musical.Â