The audience literally becomes part of this show as Ferrante ad-libs his way throughout the performance in grand Groucho style
Join Mouse on an adventurous journey through the deep, dark wood in this big scary monster of a show: Weekday Shows in The Bicentennial Hall
As an overnight couch-surf turns into an extended stay, 4000 Miles unearths a surprising parallel between these two generations in this emotionally compelling drama.
At the end of the 19th Century, Mary Gilmore was introduced to the young Henry Lawson. As their friendship developed, Mary found herself caught in the midst of an intense relationship between Henry and his formidable mother, the suffragette Louise Lawson.
In 1660, King Charles II decreed that women would – for the first time – be allowed to perform on the English stage. They turned up in their droves – including the King – to see the spectacle of women performing.
Bawdy, brash and even more buxom than the original (yes, it’s possible) this whirlwind of a show will leave you breathless and begging for more!
For this thylacine tracker and zoo keeper’s daughter, it’s a quest to protect a threatened creature…and themselves.
Director Gerry and her totally knackered cast and crew are putting on the excruciating Whodunit ‘MURDER MOST FOUL’ a thriller overflowing with the usual lies, betrayals, cursed jewellery, dastardly deeds in high society and over-the-top acting.
This is passionate, gripping, contemporary theatre, weaving multiple stories of home, belonging, love and loss spanning decades, continents and revolutions.
This program pushes the boundaries of the classical ballet genre and shows the great strength and versatility that Melbourne Ballet Company has become known for.