May Sneak Peeks 2019

This month we have a pulse-racing mix of the classics, the rare and the sensational. We peek behind the scenes at Melbourne Theatre Company’s rehearsal room as the cast prepare for The Violent Outburst That Drew Me to You; and we eavesdrop on a conversation with playwright Jane Brodie and actor Igor Sas about Black Swan State Theatre Company’s production of Brodie’s Water, premiering this month.

May Sneak Peeks 2019

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There are star-studded classics on offer across the board. In theatre, we have Sydney Theatre Company’sCat on a Hot Tin Roof and Malthouse’s Cloudstreet. West Australian Ballet’s production ofLa Bayadère is a magnificently re-imagined classical ballet, presented with the West Australian Symphony Orchestra, while Opera Australia’sRigoletto features a fabulous cast of international and home-grown stars.

May has to be the month of music for the sheer range on offer, from Melbourne Symphony Orchestra’sMetropolis celebrating some of the world’s finest living composers, to Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra’s journey of discovery with a mouse inMaximus Musicus, Sydney Symphony Orchestra’s trip to regional NSW with Slava Grigoryan and Australian Chamber Orchestra partners with the Sydney Opera House to present the world premeire of Margaret Wild'sThere's a Sea in my Bedroom - an immersive introduction to live music, capturing the magic of a child's fantasy world.

State Opera South Australia adds a touch of rarity with Cunning Little Vixen,a seldom heard opera considered a masterpiece of early 20th century music.

There are sensational collaborations too with hip-hop trio Thundamentals teaming up with Queensland Symphony Orchestra, and the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra and Circa presenting a riveting combination of contemporary circus and English Baroque music.

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