THE RABBITS – WORLD PREMIERE

This stunning operatic theatre co production with Barking Gecko and Opera Australia will debut at the Perth International Arts Festival in February next year. 
Featuring the soaring vocals of Kate Miller-Heidke, the creative team is packed with incredible Australian talent.
Under the direction of the masterful John Sheedy and the keen eye of designer Gabriela Tylesova, THE RABBITS is set to be a beautiful, one-of-a-kind theatrical experience for young and old.

Tickets are now available, don’t miss out! 

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR HELPMANN AWARD WINNERS

A huge congratulations to our talented clients, who came away from the Awards ceremony last night with a well-deserved trophy in hand.

Best Direction of an Opera
Neil Armfield, The Melbourne Ring Cycle

Best Scenic Design
Gabriela Tylesova, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead

Best Direction of a Play
Michael Kantor, The Shadow King,

Best Opera
The Melbourne Ring Cycle, Directed by Neil Armfield

Best Musical
The King And I, Designed by Brian Thomson

See the full list of winners HERE. 

LOVE FOR SIMON PHILLIPS’ OPERA

THE ELIXIR OF LOVE directed by Simon Phillips is currently playing at The Sydney Opera House, and has received marvelous reviews from critics and audiences alike.

“Phillips is the master of operatic situational comedy and his production abounds with clever sight gags, topical references and bits of business”

Showcasing costumes by the talented Gabriela Tylesova, THE ELIXIR OF LOVE is playing until August 31st – don’t miss out!

 “Gabriela Tylesova’s witty costumes, subtly streaked with paint look like (iconic Aussie painter Fred) Williams had just finished with them too”

 

Read the full review HERE

 

 

 

PETER EVANS’ TARTUFFE – A DELIGHT IN RHYME

Critics are raving about Peter Evans’ latest production TARTUFFE. His rhyming production has even inspired one critic to respond in a manner truly fitting for a Bell Shakespeare production…

“Yes – Peter Evans – for he is the man,
who says not “can’t” when he clearly can,
make comedy magic that’s so totes hilaire,
– it should come with a sign reading “buyer beware”.
Buy a ticket and you’ll bust your buttons,
in a laugh feast to sate the greediest gluttons”

Playing in Sydney until the 23rd of August – Tartuffe is a guaranteed terrific night out.

Read the full review here.