Two Man Tarantino is making is Australian debut at Brisbane Powerhouse!
Written by the co-creator of the international comedy sensation The Naked Magicians, Brisbane’s own Christopher Wayne, the national premiere season of Two Man Tarantino in Brisbane promises to be an hilarious and nostalgic theatrical experience for anyone who ever stepped inside a video store. And for anyone who loves a good Quentin Tarantino epic!
So, what’s it all about??
Two people. One video store. Every cult classic.
Set in a video store on the last night of video stores, one ...
Check out the fearless new look and 2019 season for Opera Queensland!
With a vision to lead a change in opera, while continuing to enrich the lives of their diverse audience, Opera Queensland’s Season 2019 offers a fearless line up of works, including A Flowering Tree, Tosca, Orpheus and Eurydice and Verdi Requiem, a collaboration with Bleach* Festival - celebrating the classics and bringing to life new works.
In his first season as Artistic Director of Opera Queensland, Patrick Nolan presents three main stage productions, along with regional and school ...
Neon Tiger Theatre Review
Andy is a reductionist who sees the world in simple terms, while Arisa over intellectualise things and has strong opinions on just about every topic. Contrasting the difference between the perception of intent and interpretation of action, Andy and Arisa continue to see the world in dramatically different ways, even as the begin to fall in love.
The third element of this union is the city of Bangkok, with its sights and sounds and smells. It is an exotic location and one that promotes a ...
Chasing Smoke is coming to the Brisbane Powerhouse
Both playful and brave, Chasing Smoke is the spark that ignites the question ‘Who am I?’, when you have 40,000 years of history to sift through in search of an answer. Take a glimpse into the world’s oldest living culture told through the artform of contemporary circus.
A dynamic, fast-moving and touching performance, Chasing Smoke stokes the fires of identity, challenge and success for a unique cohort of young Australians.
Chasing Smoke was made possible ...
Experience the adult gap-year you never knew you needed with Neon Tiger – coming soon to La Boîte!
Set to the beat of Bangkok’s back alleys and backpacker nightclubs, Neon Tiger is the love-child of playwright Julia-Rose Lewis (Samson, This Feral Life), musical comedian Gillian Cosgriff (Tonightly, Vivid White), and director Kat Henry (The Wind in The Willows, Constellations).
Presented in association with Brisbane Powerhouse, this feel-good up-beat comedy features eight original pop songs penned by Green Room Award-winning comedian Cosgriff, reminiscent of ...
Frogman is coming to the Brisbane Powerhouse
At the crossroads of contemporary performance and cutting-edge technology, Frogman is curious directive’s coming-of-age thriller exploring the fragility of the childhood imagination with audiences experiencing a fictoinal 1995 murder rexamined in 360 degree virtual reality.
A multi-sensory event, presented at Brisbane Powerhouse’s Visy Theatre as part of Brisbane International Film Festival 2018 (BIFF), Frogman submerges the audience deep into the Great Barrier Reef in a sensory-im...
Opera Queensland to open the gates of hell with trilling new production of Don Giovanni!
Although penned more than 200 years ago, Hume said Don Giovanni strikes a brutally relevant chord in 2018 with sexual misconduct at the forefront of the world’s collective consciousness.
“Don Giovanni ranks alongside Carmen as one of opera’s most iconic, sexually-charged characters, and there's an expectation from audiences to see this sensuality revealed in all its intensity,” Ms Hume said.
“But for me it is also about an addictive, abusive, entitled personality. You cannot ...
Metro Arts unveils killer line-up for Deathfest 2.0
Deathfest 2.0: a duel with death encourages broader conversation and open-mindedness about death literacy via a thoughtfully-curated program of live theatre, visual art, circus, discussions and provocative sessions.
Returning to Brisbane after a compelling first outing in 2016, the three-week event – the only one of its kind in Queensland - features 13 profound works, including five world premieres and six national premieres, plus signature events from across the globe. Metro Arts ...
Expressions Dance Company presents Everyday Requiem
Natalie Weir, EDC’s artistic director and Helpmann award-winning choreographer, describes her latest work as a journey back in time, as seen through the memories of an ordinary old man, played by acclaimed dance and theatre artist and former EDC dancer, Brian Lucas.
“It’s really a joyful and uplifting celebration of all our lives at all their wonderful stages, from childhood to old age … It’s an exploration of the small, personal things that make life precious and beautiful,” ...
The world premiere season of David Williamson’s Nearer the Gods is being staged in Brisbane this October!
Genius, bastardry and heroism. These are the three words Williamson uses to describe Nearer the Gods.Given this powerful summation, it’s fortuitous that Strong has cast some of the best and most exciting actors in the country in Matthew Backer (Switzerland) who plays Edmund Halley, the much-loved QueenslanderWilliam McInnes (SeaChange, Time of our Lives) who will play King Charles II, and Rhys Muldoon(House Husbands) who plays Isaac Newton.
Daniel Murphy will play Isaac Barrow and ...