From Hindu gods to Hitler, Executive Producer of Back to Back Theatre discusses her acclaimed play.
Sydney Dance Co's AD used to chose Madonna over flamenco, but nowadays it's classical that sets his toes tapping.
Hilary Bell's adaptation of Chekhov honours his spirit while embracing those awkward pauses.
What was cooking (and what was dished up cold) during the first week of Adelaide's Fringe Festival.
OzAsia Festival to premiere acclaimed dance drama Red Sorghum at the 2014 Festival.
Australia's leading coloratura talks about her new Mozart CD and how she gets to the top (and stays there).
Opera Australia's new Verdi tops the poll with Melbourne Theatre Company the other judges favourite.
Deadpan Shakespeare, Russian-style, makes for an evening of divine mayhem and madness.
From interactive iPads to magical encounters on the mean streets of Perth, it’s comfortable shoes time at the Festival.
A personal examination of War by returned Australian soldiers.
Reconciliation seems a distant dream play as Strindberg’s relocated classic reopens old wounds.
High-octane storytelling and a Dancing with the Stars moment make for a memorable night of Israeli dance.
Three girls and a forklift: a match made in heaven or the latest in contemporary dance?
Royal Opera House brings the past to life as the Lady de Grey photo archive goes online.
Australian comedian begins work on a musical adaptation of Bill Murray's iconic film Groundhog Day.
A moving portrait of Indigenous soldiers offers up a Sydney Festival highlight.
Geoffrey Rush, Jacki Weaver, Brenton Broadstock and Patrick Thomas head 2014's honours for the arts.
Classical monthly seeks potential critics in Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide and Hobart.
He can play Richard Strauss on the trombone, but wishes he’d applied himself to more than retro-surf-bubblegum-pop.
Andrew Bovell and Andrew Upton's production of Beckett's classic head the winners at Sydney's annual theatre awards.