ROCK! POP! OPERA! is set to soar in this exhilarating, nostalgic and transportive experience by reliving the biggest and most iconic songs from the world’s greatest Diva’s! Brace yourselves for the most explosive diva moment to ever hit Brisbane’s QPAC on Sunday August 7 for two shows: 2pm and 7.30pm !
Dear Adults is a unique work. It is at once inviting and challenging, comic and tragic, subtle and pointed. It is not a work simply for the benefit of parents, but for all adults who interact with kids, or who contribute to the shaping of the world these kids will inherit. Bravo!
Brisbane Musical Theatre’s production of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee is a fun, crazy romp with an extremely talented cast that audiences are not likely to soon forget. This is a show you will not want to miss! But the season is short and the show will close tomorrow night (Saturday 9 July) so get in quick and buy your tickets tonight!
If you’re a Brisbane local, you’re probably aware of the new Queens Wharf development slowly springing up from the ground right in the middle of the city. This 7.5 hectares of public space is being revitalised to reimagine Brisbane as a tourism and entertainment destination that locals will be proud of, and interstate and international visitors will want to visit. But did you also know that this development is set to feature some spectacular art installations?
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.
Visual theatre masterminds Dead Puppet Society have announced the 2022 participants of its highly-sought after artist training program and incubator…
SEA WALL is a provocative journey through the waves – of both ocean and grief. Set in Northern Ireland, the show follows Alex, a doting father, loving husband, loyal son and gentle soul through his musings on family, spirituality, art love and loss, between crashing waves of tragedy and hope. SEA WALL is a phenomenal, top-tier show. A thought-provoking production that examines the importance of grief and how sometimes you just fall off the sea wall.
Villanova Players’ The School for Scandal, is a wonderful night out at the theatre that anyone with a taste for comedy or schadenfreude would enjoy. This show is witty, funny, perfectly staged, and delivered by a wonderful cast who treat the audience to a spectacular night out.
Beenleigh Theatre’s production of Freaky Friday is playing at Crete Street Theatre. Presented with minimal set pieces, a projected backdrop, and a rotating centrepiece to signify changes between home and school, this piece relies heavily on the gumption and chutzpah of the cast. And boy do they deliver in spades! The show’s important message of humility, cooperation, and love for family both blood and chosen and the wonderful cast makes this production a must see.
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.