Even before setting foot into the theatre, the audience is engaged and challenged by What Am I Supposed To Do (WAISTD). Co-creators Sarah Aiken and Rebecca Jensen of Deep Soulful Sweats, introduce this ‘experimental and participatory’ performance with a captivating dialogue followed by a quick, confronting activity designed to encourage awareness of personal thought.
Eagerly expectant, an excited buzz fills the iconic Melbourne venue, Prahran’s Chapel Off Chapel as Donnie Dimase, one of Melbourne’s leading choreographers and dancers, prepares to showcase his first commercial dance production Cheap Luxuries and Expired Dreams.
The rising Melbourne-based commercial group Boss Dance Company, led by alpha boss Jordan Charles Herbert, has expanded by launching a youth platform called ‘The Boss Generation’. Only a month after auditions, Boss Generation performed its inaugural production ‘TOY’.
An entertaining blend of modern cultural comment, clever humour and poignant whimsy, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory opened its Melbourne season to a sea of expectancy.
In 50 years, Sydney Dance Company has built an empire of performing artistry with 38 original music scores, 250 words and too many costumes to count.
Barnum - The Circus Musical is a consistent juggling act for leading man P.T Barnum, superbly played by Todd McKenney, who walks the tightrope between salesman and fictional storyteller.
If you are looking for a show that is not riddled with audience interaction, thought-provoking arguments and insightful knowledge then Jimeoin’s new show Result! is for you.