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Sondheim's throat-slashing musical gets a razor-sharp production, with a fine double act from Ben Mingay and Antoinette Halloran at its dark heart.
Much love and care has gone into the making of this Pirates of Penzance, and all of its facets are delivered with playfulness and vigour.
It’s too easy to dismiss the comic operettas of Gilbert and Sullivan as quaint anachronisms – especially in the wake of the recent Coronation.
The big finish to Wagner's monumental Ring cycle is musically and dramatically strong, engaging and a feather in Melbourne Opera's cap.
The problem child third opera in Wagner’s Ring tetralogy, Siegfried is dominated by male voices but women save the day.
Melbourne Opera’s Ring cycle hits its stride with an energising second instalment of Wagner’s tetralogy.
A musically sumptuous modern Melbourne take on Dickens’ classic Yuletide tale.
"I would love to do a concert where I just sing female songs", says Ben Mingay, as he discusses Sondheim and finding the vulnerability in a character, ahead of starring in a musical theatre concert in Adelaide.
Melbourne Opera and IOpera present a rollicking co-production of Kurt Weill's and Bertolt Brecht's rarely staged satirical three-act opera.
This month’s concert highlights from ABC Classic, independent radio and streaming.
With three Australian works, two world premieres, two classics of the operatic canon and two very different musicals, VO’s 2022 program is an eclectic treat.