The ACO's Richard Tognetti's in the Limelight hot-seat for a special December issue.
Dame Edna may be hanging up her purple rinse but there's plenty of life in the old dog yet.
Jonathan Holloway's eclectic mix should have something for everyone plus a few fascinating surprises.
The South Australian venue reveals a sophisticated program as the world's best flock to Adelaide.
Enjoy a cruise down the French Riviera with Roger Hodgman's award-winning production.
Sydney Festival unveils a program of diverse arts and eclectic collaborations.
Pavel Dmitrchenko makes first court appearance amidst claims, counter-claims and chaotic scenes.
John Doyle’s moving play of physics coming to terms with biology proves far less elusive than the Higgs Boson.
It's Wagner month with a cover on the Ring Cycle and feature on Melbourne's new production. Plus we preview Australia's 2014 arts seasons.
Embattled CEO defends expensive artistic projects as job cuts are expected.
Making the move from international opera star to eight-shows-a-week Broadway baby.
Alexei Ratmansky’s new production sparkles, even when viewed from the back of the orchestra pit.
Queensland Ballet snags the Australian premiere of Sir Kenneth MacMillan's Romeo and Juliet as part of its 2014 season.
Inside the brilliant but often misunderstood Jacqueline du Pré; plus pianists Willems, Hough and Hewitt and our Aussie Festivals Guide.
The iconic British theatre company begin their Australian tour with a Noel Coward classic.
Bartlett Sher's production keeps South Pacific younger than springtime.
Musical theatre star Scott Irwin on Cho Cho, the Madame Butterfly-inspired production set to hit Sydney and Melbourne.
Witty words and postmodern pastiche fuse in Sydney Theatre Company's latest existential offering.
On sleeping out all night for SSO tickets and what hearing the Eroica on period instruments taught me about acting.
National company celebrates the majesty of India, a decade of Bodytorque and the Aussie premiere of Wayne McGregor's Chroma.