Gumpoldskirchen is a tale of two brothers, family secrets and sibling rivalry.
As time-travelling tourists from an eco-sustainable 2113, we’re taken on a tour of 21st century pop culture, consumerism, politics, and individualism where no topic is sacred.
Hamilton’s 50-minute choral love-song is an adventurous a capella sound-bath: it glitters, shimmers and transports.
The heart of a man is explored through filmed scenes between the lovelorn university student and his philosophy tutors.
In fair Verona, where we lay our scene, an ancient grudge makes civil hands unclean.
Pick your team – red or yellow. More than an armchair ride, this is history – live, personal and epic!
Director Paul Osuch launches the third, and maybe final Anywhere Theatre Festival. Credit: Shirley Way. It’s a homegrown success which, sadly, may end. The Anywhere Theatre Festival, which performs anywhere except in a theatre, featured more performances in 2012 than the Brisbane Festival and World Theatre Festival combined to an audience of 66,000. A stunning figure given the festival played to about 4,000 people in 2011 – its first year. At this year’s festival launch, Anywhere Theatre Festival director Paul Osuch said: “In the first two years of the festival, we’ve had 83 world premieres of local works and by the end of this festival, it will be 170.” “The Anywhere Theatre Festival is all about putting Brisbane on the… Read More →
Preceded by a joyous peel of bells, Alison Menzies Taylor was consecrated as Brisbane’s first female Anglican bishop at St John’s Cathedral.
“I spoke to police officers in their 80s who were still fearful; living today in this city saying: ‘Whatever you do, don’t mention to anyone that I told you what I’ve told you’.” Matthew Condon.