Soap – Dazzling, daring and dangerous

SOAP - Brisbane Festival
SOAP – Brisbane Festival

The Brisbane Festival presented SOAP Tuesday night at the QPAC Playhouse featuring 8 amazing acrobats, an hilarious character actress and an in-house opera singer diva, all set amongst bathtubs.

Directed by Markus Pabst, Maximilian Ramback and produced by Gregg Parks, this Berlin based Circle of Eleven specialises in developing concepts that combine various artistic forms into single dramatic works.

The fantastic cast of performers from Germany, France, Russia were breathtakingly stunning; performing a series of beautiful water soaked acts to an eclectic soundtrack including Mozart, Tool, the Beatles and Mika.

SOAPThere was hand-balancing, straps, dance trapeze, and aerial hoop, inside a fun loving and outstanding performance which left the audience in stiches of laughter and breathless with joy.

From intense acrobatic skills to beautiful contemporary choreography with a humorous love story between two feet, SOAP has it all.

Wit, skill and joy. 5 stars.




Bobbi-Lea Dionysius

Bobbi-Lea is's QLD Co-ordinator, writer, reviewer, and reporter. She is also an actor, presenter, and theatre/film producer for Drama Queen Productions in Brisbane. Bobbi-Lea holds a Degree in Music Theatre as well as a Degree in Film & TV, and is currently doing her Masters in Screen Production.

Bobbi-Lea Dionysius

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