which is on display along with other works donated by Watters. In this drawing, the Australian Jesus is dressed in a suit and clean shaven and has physical similarities with the Hindu god Vishnu. Art Gallery of NSW, Art Gallery Road, Sydney. Daily, 10am-5pm. Free entry. Inquiries: (02) 9225 1700 or online. Until Thursday. Sydney Elders Macpherson family, depicts Sydney in transition. State Library of NSW, Exhibition Galleries, Macquarie Street, Sydney. Sat-Sun, 10am-5pm; Mon-Wed and Fri, 9am-5pm; Thurs, 9am-8pm. Free entry. Inquiries: (02) 9273 1414 or online. Until May 5. Wolfgang’s Magical Musical Circus Set to a score of the great’s music, Yaron Lifshitz’s Wolfgang’s Magical Musical Circus explores the childish personality of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart through physical theatre by the Circa Ensemble. Suitable for all ages. Sydney Opera House, Playhouse, Bennelong Point. Tues-Fri and January 19, 10am and noon; January 21-25, 10.30am and 12.30pm. Tickets: $20-$45. Inquiries: (02) 9250 7111 or online. was born in 1895 into a Tamil family, the son of a poor farmer. The boy was a whiz at maths. Sent to a boarding school in Jaffna, he went on to study at the universities of London and Oxford. Counting and Cracking, a play by his great-grandson, S. Shakthidharan, about four generations of his family is being presented by Belvoir theatre as part of the Sydney Festival. With a large cast of 16 actors, expect Counting and Cracking to have the panoramic narrative of a Cloudstreet or last year’s The Harp in the South — only this time it’s a story of migrants not from Ireland but from Sri Lanka. Sydney Town Hall, 483 George Street. Tues-Wed and Fri, 7pm; Thurs and Sat, 1pm and 7pm; Sun, 1pm. Tickets: $58-$99. Inquiries: 1300 856 876 or online. Until February 2. Duration: 3hr 30min, including two intervals. Love & Desire Love & Desire is a collection of pre-Raphaelite paintings from the Tate in Britain, and includes some of the most famous examples of the mid 19thcentury movement: John Everett Millais’s Ophelia (185152), William Holman Hunt’s The Awakening Conscience (1853), John William Waterhouse’s The Lady of Shalott (1888). Altogether the show includes 40 pictures from the Tate, doubled by another 40 from British and Australian galleries. National Gallery of Australia, Parkes Place, Parkes. Daily, 10am-5pm. Tickets: $20-$55. Inquiries: (02) 6240 6411 or online. Until April 28.