I'd love to see how they actually implement the "wave" walls. I'm suspecting a lot more flat sections, and visible steel.Got an email back from them:
In September 2019, Lend Lease was announced as the Managing Contractor for the construction of the new theatre. Currently, the project is progressing through approvals processes and is currently open for public consultation for the Ministerial Infrastructure Designation (MID). The MID consultation closes on 18 February 2020. Construction timelines will not be known until this process concludes.
Project updates are available at: https://www.arts.qld.gov.au/new-performing-arts-venue
Since Summerlands went up in flames in the Isle of Wight, plastic for this kind of job has been out of favour. I can't see acrylic being cast big enough anyway. So, there is a bit of fantasy here, its going to be the usual prism-approximation to curve, and its going to have interrupted sightlines from the support and join mechanism, and they're probably hanging curtains or skrim inside anyway.