The Street presents The Javaad Alipoor Company in a show that takes audiences on a whirlwind journey through time from revolution, to imperialism, to the entropy of the universe in an immersive digital play blending theatre on a big screen with interactive content on mobile phones.
Llewellyn Hall – ANU, Canberra 7pm, Wednesday 19 July 2023 Featuring Chopin 24 Preludes, Op. 28
This fusion of chamber music and theatre is adapted from Musica Viva Artistic Director Paul Kildea’s book Chopin’s Piano A Journey Through Romanticism. The adaptation, by Kildea and director Richard Pyros, features pianist Aura Go and actor Jennifer Vuletic.
Palace Electric Canberra From 22 June 2023 Rating: MA 15+ Running Time: 91 minutes Directed by Christian Carion Starring Dany Boon, Line Renaud & Alice Isaaz
The French do this sort of thing well, managing to tug our heart strings despite a somewhat predictable story. It comes down to the superb acting and the lack of sentimentality in telling a long life-story embracing both terror and romance.
The Courtroom, 101 Yass Street Gunning NSW 2pm Saturday 8 July 2023
Wiradjuri singer/guitarist Jerikye Williams, will play Roy Orbison, Chis Izaak and his own pieces in a special NAIDOC week concert for the Gunning Focus Group. Jerikye’s originals are influenced by the 50s & 60s , especially Elvis and Roy Orbison.
Marrickville group Salonistas run the musical gamut from alt-country to rockabilly with the odd foray into blues and soul. They have a penchant for songs about love, grog and Jesus, with occasional coarse language.
The Stabat Mater is one of Pergolesi’s last works and also one of his most sacred. The music is written to a 13th-century Christian text as a hymn to Mary, portraying her suffering as Christ’s mother during his crucifixion.
The Playhouse, Canberra Theatre Centre 18–20 May 2023
This is a triple bill created by choreographers Alice Lee Holland (Townsville), Kyall Shanks (Melbourne) and Lordfai Navinda Pachimsawat (Bangkok) working with Artistic Director Ruth Osborne, Assistant to the Artistic Director Stephen Gow and the Quantum Leap ensemble.