September Sneak Peeks 2015

​This month Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra’s From Vienna to Hollywood features Austro-Hungarian composer Erich Wolfgang Korngold, who in 1938 was the first composer to win an Academy Award for his score to The Adventures of Robin Hood, starring Australia’s own Errol Flynn—who, as it happens, was born in Hobart.

September Sneak Peeks 2015

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Arabesqueing through the month are some wonderful dance performances: The Australian Ballet presents the world premiere of a new production ofThe Sleeping Beauty—Artistic Director David McAllister’s greatly anticipated first major choreographed piece; West Australian Ballet launchesCoppélia, a co-production with Queensland Ballet; and Sydney Dance Company offersTriptych—a marriage of movement and music with ACO2 and legendary songstress Katie Noonan live on stage.

Melbourne Theatre Company’s Boy on the Edge of Everything by Tasmanian writer Finegan Kruckemeyer, directed by Peter Houghton, also opens this month. The play, commissioned by Trusty Sidekick Theater Company in New York in 2012, won the 2014 Seattle Times Footlight Award for Best Children’s Show.

That’s not all this month’s excitement of course. Get the complete picturehere.

Kind regards,
Bethwyn Serow Executive Director
Australian Major Performing Arts Group

Image Credits: The Boy at the Edge of Everything | Melbourne Theatre Company

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