JUST ANNOUNCED: A star-studded cast direct from Broadway has been revealed for Disney Princess – The Concert!
The leading ladies are Steffanie Leigh (Mary Poppins, War Paint), Isabelle McCalla (Aladdin, The Prom), Storm Lever (Six, The Donna Summer Musical) and Australia’s own original ‘Belle’ from Beauty and the Beast, Rachael Beck.
Join us for a magical evening of music and animation as we take you on a journey through the iconic songs of Disney’s princesses and queens.
Having enchanted audiences in over 100 cities worldwide, Disney Princess – The Concert will make its way to our shores this September and October.
Hurry, secure your tickets now!
Auckland | Tuesday September 26 – Kiri Te Kanawa Theatre
Gold Coast | Saturday September 30 – The Star
Brisbane | Sunday October 1 – QPAC
Sydney | Wednesday October 4 & Thursday October 5 – Enmore Theatre
Canberra | Saturday October 7 – Llewellyn Hall
Geelong | Tuesday October 10 – Geelong Arts Centre
Melbourne | Saturday October 14 – The Plenary
Adelaide | Sunday October 15 – AEC Theatre
Perth | Friday October 20 – Riverside Theatre
From the award-winning team at Voices of Women comes Embellishment at KXT on Broadway
We spent a year talking, listening, workshopping, mentoring and gathering stories from across Australia and the world. Now we present it to audiences in Sydney!
With sensational actors and sublime music, prepare to be transported into ancient pathways to dive deep into our heart’s desires, revel in the intangible beauty of connection and our relentless determination to thrive.
What makes this show unique?
Embellishment shines a light on women’s stories – empowering and uplifting diverse women’s voices from around Australia and the world.
We’re connecting with traditions of storytelling from Indigenous and non Indigenous Australian traditions, South Asian, Indian, African American and Irish stories. Actor and NIDA graduate Ahunim Abebe joins Ashi Singh from Shopfront Arts Co-op and recent five-star one woman show actor Lucy Heffernan to bring the stories to life.
If music is the food of love, this world premiere of Embellishment will be your feast! Weaving text and music written especially for the piece, three sensational musicians rove amongst our actor storytellers, creating the magic of music within the story. Composer in residence, music box ensemble member and APRA AMCOS Fellowship winner Elizabeth Jigalin has created a world premiere of music for the outstanding Song Company soprano Susannah Lawregren, jazz singer Di Bird and saxophonist Alice Morgan.
Limited Season:9 – 12 AUGUST at KXT on BROADWAY in Ultimo
CLASS 2023 PROGRAM SPOTLIGHTING
THE BEST OF BRISBANE AND
Brisbane Festival returns in 2023 with a program that promises connection, community,
complexity,and joy in a city
When: Friday 1 – Saturday 23 September
Where: Various locations across Brisbane
Prepare to be booked and busy at this year’s Brisbane Festival, as it is headlined by the mesmerizing talents of Gretta Ray, Paul Kelly, and Birds Of Tokyo, plus experience the exceptional work of globally acclaimed Es Devlin. With a program boasting 1000 shows, there is quite literally something for everyone!-
When: Friday 1 – Sunday 24 September
Where: Northshore, Brisbane
Tickets: From $74
A promenade dance-theatre work, Salamander sees a warehouse at Northshore transformed into a fully immersive, climate-fiction dream-like world through light, sound, design, and movement. See Es Devlin’s labyrinthian and kinetic sculptures that live within a flooded landscape and experience the haunting melodies and dynamic dance that bring this story to life.
When: Saturday 16 September – Sunday 1 October
Where: QPAC, South Bank
Tickets: From $69
Follow the story of Ruby, the lead singer-songwriter of the band Kitty Litter, as their hit song, BANANALAND, shoots them to new-found fame as a runaway kids’ hit. Their journey is a rollercoaster romp full of heart, music, comedy, pathos and lovable characters. BANANALAND features a knockout score by Kate Miller-Heidke and her collaborator Keir Nuttall.
THE MAKING OF PINOCCHIO
When: Wednesday 13 – Saturday 16 September
Where: Brisbane Powerhouse, New Farm
Tickets: From $49
A true tale of love and transition told through the story of Pinocchio. Set in a fictional film studio, you’re invited to go behind the scenes of Rosana Cade and Ivor MacAskill’s creative process and their relationship and question what it takes to tell your truth. After its successful world premiere at the London International Festival of Theatre, you won’t want to miss this humorous, unmissable show that explores the limitless potential of queer imagination.