The thing that defines a double feature, the whole point of the exercise, is that it’s curated. There’s usually a thematic link, or similarity...Melbourne Theatre Company, 140 Southbank Blvd, Southbank
The Lion King was one of the central planks in Disney’s animated New Wave of the ’90s that included The Little Mermaid, Aladdin and...Regent Theatre, 191 Collins St, Melbourne
He’s probably the most famous cad in Western culture, and almost unique in his total lack of remorse. Even the Vicomte de Valmont repents in the...Arts Centre Melbourne, 100 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne
Joseph Heller, author of the American satirical novel Catch-22 (set in the Second World War), once said that “just because...Arts Centre Melbourne, 100 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne
Love and Information is a typical Caryl Churchill play, meaning that it is unlike anything she has written before. Renowned for her bold...Malthouse Theatre, 113 Sturt St, Southbank
Time Out speaks to Matthew Whittet about what it's like to be nine years old again.
Nicola Gunn on failure, hopelessness and dancing in your underwear.
Just three girls talking about four stark naked dudes in a cage.
As a metaphor, the brother and the sister, at least to me, represent the male and female parts of one person.
Stork Theatre embark on an epic journey of rediscovery.