This September, Sunnybank Theatre Group, coming off their sold out season of Legally Blonde, is set to produce a new adaptation of the film, helmed by Brisbane director Lesley Davis. In an exclusive interview, Bravo Brisbane sat down and asked the cast about what it’s like being a part of such a “revealing” production.
Ireland’s infamous legend ‘Deirdre of the Sorrows’ comes to life with a musical retelling by Brisbane writer and composer Anina-Marie Van Wyk in Observatory Theatre’s Destiny Doomed. Performed under the stars in the heart of South Brisbane, this outdoor production features an original acoustic folk-pop score, set against the leafy background of Musgrave Park. Destiny Doomed combines heartfelt storytelling with strong messages about mastering your
life and finding your place in the world.
By Eleanor Surtees After standout performances across Queensland, Roger Davy and Adam Bartlett are scheduled to make a splash in … More
It’s easy to get caught up in the routine of everyday life. You walk the same streets and see the same things; but how often do you stop to look down? Hidden around Brisbane’s bustling laneways and busy streets sits a collection of tiny, meticulously crafted doorways, fit for a mouse. Measuring just a few inches in height, these doors add a feeling of whimsy and charm to the city’s art scene and create one of the most unique scavenger hunts around town.
Welcome to our new series, Technical Theatre, where we speak to local experts about all things technical in the theatre. A closer look at lighting, sound, stage management, and costume design and more! For our first edition, we sat down with Ben Hughes to chat about Lighting Design. Ben has worked in lighting design across theatre, ballet, contemporary dance, opera, concert and outdoor events.
For me personally and for most of our readers here at Bravo Brisbane, theatre is a way of life. Our participation in the arts is as much a part of us as breathing. We live for the thrill of a curtain rising and the satisfaction that comes from a crowd cheering. But for my dear friend, Rach, this joy has been inhibited by illness.
As creatives we often have to do everything. Not only do we spend countless hours developing work, polishing our craft and delivering fantastic creative experiences but we also have to market those experiences. Marketing can be tricky. Budgets are finite and time is limited. So it is vital to maximise our efforts in areas that will generate plenty of ticket sales. But how? The first step in this process is building a sensational media kit.
Recently returning to the land of the living, the often imitated, never replicated Debonair Deadman Donald Ernest “Don” D’Bauch (having emerged from his crypt last October after nearly a year under soil and sycamore) is returning to the stage in style, bringing with him an eldritch eroticism only he can. Join Don D’Bauch and the folks from Abadon Productions on March 25th at New Farm Cinemas for an interactive screening of the cult classic, The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
Their 2022 season is bigger and better with casts of diverse backgrounds and vibrant productions from a Dystopian Drama to an Original Musical and even incorporates a new playwright program. Bravo Brisbane sat down with Creative Director and Producer, Lachlan Driscoll, to get the inside scoop! Check it out.
Opening this weekend is Redcliffe Musical Theatre Company’s innovative new rendition of the Stephen Sondheim classic, Into The Woods. In … More