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From our House to Yours

The Sydney Opera House makes its contribution to the plethora of online content being made available by the world’s major performing arts venues.

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From Our House to Yours

Date: 31 Mar 2020

Rolling out during the theatre lockdown, From our House to Yours will feature full-length performances, talks, previously unseen footage, podcasts, long-form articles and behind-the-scenes content.

In addition to a wide array of digital content available free on demand, every day from Wednesday to Sunday new content will be released on the Opera House website for people to enjoy in their isolation.

This week’s Digital Season highlights – available free on the Opera House website – include:

In the Mood: A Love Letter to Wong Kar-Wai and Hong Kong (September 26: 9pm AEST)

In a world premiere, celebrate the 20th anniversary of Wong Kar-Wai’s landmark film In the Mood for Love with a lavish audio-visual performance featuring a theatrical set, ‘60s style costumes, and sax-drenched renditions of In The Mood For Love‘s romantic soundtrack, alongside new music by Chinese-Australian artists Rainbow Chan and Marcus Whale with narration by Eugene Choi. The performance will be a livestreamed journey through a heartbreaking cycle of longing, intimacy and forbidden love.

Paul Weller: Live at the Sydney Opera House (September 18, 8pm AEST)

Experience the legendary Modfather’s epic 30-song set of Jam, Style Council and solo material spanning nearly 40 years from his incredible 2018 show in the Concert Hall.

Humour Us: Gen Fricker and Luke Heggie (September 19, 4pm AEST)

Streamed from the Joan Sutherland Theatre, sassy, unique and lovable weirdo Gen Fricker joins forces with no-nonsense king of the dead-pan Luke Heggie in a one-off double header, part of the digital comedy series, Humour Us.

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M’ap Boulé
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TheatreStreaming 21 - 25 Sep 2020

M’ap Boulé

Nancy Denis explores the story of the first black-led republic of Haiti and the personal narrative of a Haitian-Australian woman living on Gadigal land.

OA | TV: Opera Australia on Demand
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OperaStreaming 3 May - 31 Dec 2020

OA | TV: Opera Australia on Demand

Unable to perform live while the country is in COVID-19 lock-down, Opera Australia has created another way to share their performances with opera fans.

Superheroes
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TheatreSeymour Centre, Chippendale, Sydney 25 Sep - 24 Oct 2020

Superheroes

Mark Rogers' play parallels two very different lives to ask questions about what it means to take responsibility for your actions, and what it means to change your mind.

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Breaking Glass
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OperaStreaming 25 Apr - 19 Sep 2020

Breaking Glass

In a quadruple bill of new one-act operas, four Australian women composers share the stories they've always wanted to tell.

Neighbourhood Watch
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TheatreNew Theatre, Newtown, Sydney 8 Sep - 3 Oct 2020

Neighbourhood Watch

Lally Katz's comedy about hope, death and pets questions whether we really know what’s out there in the ‘burbs’.

A Room of One’s Own
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TheatreBelvoir, Surry Hills, Sydney 10 Sep - 18 Oct 2020

A Room of One’s Own

Anita Hegh stars in this adaptation of Virginia Woolf’s 1929 classic description of the need for new spaces and a complete redefinition of who owns our storymaking.

Wonnangatta
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TheatreRoslyn Packer Theatre, Walsh Bay, Sydney 21 Sep - 31 Oct 2020

Wonnangatta

Written by Angus Cerini, Wonnangatta is a darkly lyrical exploration of the Australian landscape - geographic and psychological.

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