It may be difficult to see the action on stage, but at least the music sounds glorious, with Vienna State Opera presenting a Don Giovanni blessed with uniformly strong vocals and the finest orchestral playing.
Designed to challenge our misconceptions about sex workers and their industry, Sex Worker’s Opera is a campaign, a celebration, a cabaret by and about sex workers. The show offers us an affectionate critique of a strand of feminist views of sex workers and the sex trade.
This cabaret-style show has energy, passion and emotion in spades. It’s not a slick production; it doesn’t shine with bells and whistles, or a complex, sharply written narrative with intertwining, overarching themes and artistic devices.
The long-awaited Great Australian Musical has finally arrived. By turns hilarious and heart-rending, Muriel’s Wedding the Musical is as meticulously crafted and brilliantly performed as the best that Broadway has to offer.