Released on United Nations World Environment Day, Wednesday June 5, ABC Classic presents The Environmental Symphony, an ambitious and epic work that spans five billion years, from the formation of the planet through to the devastation of our current age.
In a world first, Opera Australia, in partnership with the Queensland Government and Brisbane City Council, announced it will stage one of its most ambitious projects to date, a brand new, fully digital production of Wagner’s epic Ring Cycle at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre, in November 2020.
The Digital Theatre release of Andrew Bovell’s critically acclaimed Things I Know To Be True which was co-produced with award-winning UK theatrical innovators, Frantic Assembly and State Theatre Company SA slated for 22 Feb.
A personal recollection by Simon Rogers, Manager of Artistic Planning, Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, on how the orchestra went about developing a new recording for the Hush Foundation in a collaboration that extended its reach and forged new partnerships.
A play that was born in the Downstairs theatre at Belvoir and reshaped for Upstairs, is now a film, set to open the Sydney Film Festival on 3 June. Brendan Cowell’s quintessential Ruben Guthrie is on the move.
‘The simulcast was a whole new frontier for theatrical experience … we were undaunted as an audience and gripped by the power of ‘almost’ live theatre.’ So said Bundaberg North State High School, Judith Thrupp, following Queensland Theatre Company’s simulcast of Black Diggers to nine venues around the state in October.