South Australia's arts festival for young people is about to begin. But why is Adelaide keeping so quiet about it?
The legendary performer will appear on stage with an old pal from the Sound of Music.
The June issue focuses on the glorious musical tradition that is British music.
New British study proves the benefits of the Arts in treating patients with debilitating mental disease.
The Production Company’s home-grown hit steals the limelight from OA’s South Pacific.
Sydney Theatre Company’s year-round cheap ticket scheme could revolutionise access for thousands.
Director Noel Staunton talks about Verdi, hip hop, and getting Queenslanders to stay up until 2 am.
Alison Bell is the star in an updated Hedda that nearly makes you forget it's been updated.
Or why the music of heady, seedy Weimar Germany is one of my enduring passions.
Natalie Weir talks dance and why Expressions Dance Company needs 20 likely lads and lasses wherever it goes.
More show than substance as all-male cast bring Burgess to the stage. (Seymour Centre, Sydney, April 23)
Bell Shakespeare's canny updated adaptation compresses six hours of history plays neatly into three.
Current head of Vivid and former director of the Sydney Festival is to take over in 2015.
The new issue reveals how Stravinsky’s controversial yet hugely influential masterpiece changed the world.
With the Orchestra of the Antipodes/Erin Helyard
Theatre Royal, April 13
A short-but-sweet triumph in Tasmania marks an auspicious beginning for Hobart Baroque.
Theatre debates whether to include controversial song on night following former Prime Minister’s death.
Tolstoy would have approved of this intimate production's novel approach.
On the eve of its Sydney opening, Limelight catches up with the show’s award winning composer, Grant Olding.
Kneehigh's Brief Encounter and Sylvie Guillem in PUSH will headline at this year's Festival.