FROZEN THE MUSICAL
Disney | 25th August – 13th November 2022 | Crown Theatre
Adapted from the Oscar-winning film, this beloved story is brought to life on stage in an all new, unforgettable theatrical experience.
An inspiring tale of sisterhood and true love, it features the songs you know and love from the original film plus an expanded score with a dozen new numbers. With gorgeous sets and costumes as well as sensational special effects, Frozen is everything a Broadway musical should be – moving, spectacular and pure joy.
Lazy Yarns | 4th – 22nd October 2022 | The Blue Room Theatre
Billions of birds migrate across continents every year with the instinctual desire to return home. Across the cosmos, a lone astronaut wakes from deep sleep to find himself as far from home as one could be. With rations running low and an insurmountable distance this may be their last flight.
The journeys for both bird and astronaut are seemingly impossible, and yet…
Written and performed by Isaac Diamond and supported by a team of established and emerging heavy-hitters.
BARRACKING FOR THE UMPIRE
Black Swan State Theatre Company | 7th – 23rd October 2022 | Subiaco Arts Centre
From the wickedly funny mind of comedienne Andrea Gibbs (ABC Weekend presenter, Barefaced Stories) comes Barracking for the Umpire.
The Castle meets The Club in this original family drama that asks us: what are we willing to sacrifice for the great game?
Barracking for the Umpire tackles blokes and their vulnerability, the fragility of the human body, and the impacts of brain injury on ourselves, our family, and our community. This story will resonate with every AFL fan, player and parent.
YOU’RE SO BRAVE
Georgi Ivers | 18th – 29th October 2022 | The Blue Room Theatre
Georgi is (almost) 21, chronically ill, acutely naïve – and moving to Hong Kong on taxpayer dollars.
Armed with her best survival tools (anti-inflammatories, immunosuppressants and avoidance), this autobiographical solo show explores illness, healing and impermanence in a city under the growing shadow of an authoritarian regime.
WA Opera | 20th – 29th October 2022 | His Majesty’s Theatre
Party scenes and virtuosic singing contrast with moments of aching tenderness, constantly moving the action forward with endless melodic invention. Whether you’re a first timer or seasoned opera lover, La traviata never disappoints, reminding us that great storytelling with great music is timeless.
Verdi’s masterpiece is lovingly recreated in a brand-new production directed by Australian Sarah Giles, featuring an extraordinary cast of singers with Paul O’Neill, and introducing Samantha Clarke in her role debut as Violetta.