Netflix’s Black Mirror will be taken to a whole new level with Observatory Theatre’s Control exploding into the Queensland Multicultural Centre this June with direction by Matilda award-nominated Timothy Wynn.
Beenleigh Theatre’s Peter Pan is wonderfully uplifting, laugh-out-loud funny and a triumphant celebration of imagination. The queer reimagining is wonderfully executed, allowing for a diversity in the gender representation never before seen in Peter Pan. The timeless story delivered by an immensely talented cast captures the hearts of the audience from beginning to end. This production evokes a magical sense of childlike joy. Bravo!
The X Collective’s production of Leaves of Glass is sombre; a darkly twisted tale about how families grieve and communicate through trauma. Directed by Wayne McPhee, The X Collective has created an experience true to the original script that draws attention to its brilliance.
Millennial Productions’ debut is fabulous, featuring an extraordinary cast with tremendous talent; dancing, singing and acting through some very tough themes with poise and passion. Bravo Brisbane cannot wait to see what Millennial Productions does next!
Rhonda Burchmore wowed audiences at Redland Performing Arts Centre with a spectacular night of song and dance; celebrating 40 years in the entertainment industry. Rhonda Burchmore is GLAMAZONIA is a show not only for those who know and love Rhonda but for anyone who loves cabaret, musical theatre or sequins.
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.
Beenleigh Theatre Group takes us back Into The Woods with the baker, the princess, the boy and the girl by revitalizing Sondheim’s classic 35 years on!
Opening this weekend is Redcliffe Musical Theatre Company’s innovative new rendition of the Stephen Sondheim classic, Into The Woods. In … More
Presented at Ipswich Civic Centre by an ensemble of budding junior performers from Ipswich Musical Theatre Company, Beauty and the Beast Jr is a wonderful display of the musical theatre stars of the future. With a cast of bright-eyed young performers, playful choreography and fun costumes, Beauty and the Beast Jr is absolutely adorable.
by Sandra Harman “Oh, the weather outside was frightful, but inside was so delightful….” and QuidPro Co’s production of The … More