Miller-Heidke, Katz & Grandage
Arts Centre Melbourne, Playhouse, 9—13 October
John Marsden and Shaun Tan's haunting picture book tells a story we all know: a story of colonisation, civilisation and progress — a story about displacement, destruction and culture clash. And in that landscape, it tells a story of hope taking root.
Tickets to this production of The Rabbits are sold out.
Arts Centre Melbourne, State Theatre, 12—28 November
The Countess loves the Count, but the Count is keen on Susanna, who's engaged to Figaro, who finds himself in a whirl of longing, comeuppance, and total, utter madness.
Arts Centre Melbourne, ANZ Pavilion, 17 November
Join us for drinks and canapés on Tuesday 17 November 2015 and hear from our panel of high profile speakers, including Chief Executive Officer of Qantas Airways, Alan Joyce.
Plus a stunning performance from Opera Australia.
Arts Centre Melbourne, State Theatre, 21—28 November
Italian opera meets the Australian outback when Donizetti's tongue-in-cheek, heart-on-sleeve tale of a shy boy and a bold girl returns in this cheeky production directed by Simon Phillips.
Arts Centre Melbourne, State Theatre, 3—28 May
A poet, a painter, a musician and a philosopher are having a night on the town. It's Christmas Eve and the poet has just felt the first pangs of great love. When a seamstress knocks on his door searching for candlelight, the pair fall in love faster than she can sing, "Yes, they call me Mimì..."
Arts Centre Melbourne, State Theatre, 7—28 May
The Pearlfishers paints a picture of paradise, of golden sands and colourful silks. That soul-stirring, chart-topping Pearlfishers duet is just one highlight of a beautiful score.
Arts Centre Melbourne, State Theatre, 16—27 May
Who is Luisa Miller? A woman in love, a woman in anguish — trapped by a man she does not love and a father who loves her too much. And to play her, a woman finding international stardom: Australian soprano Nicole Car, making another role debut after her successes in Europe.