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Read | Musical theatre

Stage Direction: Cry-Baby

A camp musical set in the 1950s from cinema’s ‘Pope of Trash’, John Waters’ Cry-Baby has endured as a cult classic. Elfy Scott follows the film's complicated journey from screen to stage.

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New to Stream in June

Expect sky-high music videos, ground-breaking performances and much more. Check out this month's new selection of originals and exclusives on our streaming platform.

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Stream | Kids & Families

House Play | Creating Your Own Play at Home

A new series for kids and families about creating your own play – at home! Creative experts show you how to stage your very own production. Step one: writing your script.

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Listen | Playlist

'Music for... Love' by Budjerah

Teen R&B sensation and Coodjinburra man Budjerah has themed his playlist around love, and all the daydreaming and sweet talking that comes with a budding romance.

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Read | Kids & Families

The kids show making light of the big questions

By using light as an interactive storytelling tool, Zooom is rewriting the rule book when it comes to children's theatre.

Stream | Contemporary Art

Shortwave: Eugene Choi | A burning house

Shortwave is a series of new digital commissions, designed to platform a diverse cross-section of emerging or early career interdisciplinary Australian artists working at the forefront of digital performance.

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Listen | First Nations

Deadly Voices from the House

To celebrate Reconciliation Week, Rhoda Roberts speaks to musicians Julian Bel Bachir, Dobby, and Bow & Arrow, who all performed at the Sydney Opera House as part of the COVID-19 Digital Program 'From Our House to Yours' in 2020.

After more content for kids?

Try our For the Kids page. Experience the Opera House from home with our range of digital content and hands on activities created especially to inspire young minds. From parkour to classical music, model-making to puppets, there’s something for kids of all ages.

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