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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.
The latest instalment of the collaboration between the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra and Circa welcomes a critically acclaimed guest vocalist, and she’s no stranger to the stage.
One of the most important functions of the arts is to help have society have those tough conversations – and to do it with style. If beautiful movement and societal commentary sound like a fun night out to you, then you should know about angel-monster; the newest dance installation from Phluxus2 Dance Collective. We sat down with artistic director Nerida Matthaei to find out more.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that all queer love stories must be told through the use of song, dance, and, in the case of Romeo is not the Only Fruit, a reminder of all the tropes plaguing queer romances in popular culture.