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★★★½☆ Thatcher and the SSO pair a rare beast with a reimagined menagerie.
| Sep 25
Ako Kondo, Benjamin Hancock, Bangarra Dance Theatre and Lucy Guerin win major awards.
| Sep 25
The new premises at Green Square boasts administrative space, a performance and recording studio, and a production suite.
| Sep 25
★★★★☆ Esther Hannaford charms as a Carole King with plenty of heart.
| Sep 24
★★★★☆ Stunning visuals allied with a bright pop score make for a winning show.
| Sep 23
★★★★★ Authentic Shakespeare at its joyous, interactive best in a recreation of the Globe.
| Sep 23
★★★★☆ Nakkiah Lui lobs a thrilling "Molotov cocktail" for her directorial debut.
| Sep 22
“What is the point of making music if we are not using it to move people?” the cellist asks.
| Sep 22
★★★★½ Wonderfully cast and cunningly staged, this darkly humorous, musically eclectic fable disturbs and delights.
| Sep 22
The Government is "broadly supportive" of recommendations, including fines for casting too many non-Australian singers.
| Sep 22
For the Ten Pound Pom turned ABC Classic FM broadcaster, Canowindra’s Baroquefest is one of many passions.
| Sep 22
A swathe of new Aussie works, an adaptation of The Harp in the South, and Hugo Weaving as Brecht's Arturo Ui.
| Sep 21
★★★★☆ Eamon Flack's updated Ibsen takes a timely look at our own lingering ghosts.
| Sep 21
★★★★☆ A visceral connection between musicians and dancers powers a hypnotic work.
| Sep 21
Domenico Dragonetti was so mad about his dolls they even got front row seats at his concerts.
| Sep 21
Ahead of Australian cinema broadcasts of Titus Andronicus, the RSC's David Troughton talks body counts and blood bags.
| Sep 21
★★★½☆ A timely courtroom drama wth the audience in the role of the jury.
| Sep 20
What would you do if your heartbeat sounded like Mars from Gustav Holst’s The Planets?
| Sep 20
★★★★½ Dean Bryant directs a stunningly inventive production of the Hayes' first Sondheim.
| Sep 20
The terms ‘new music’ and ‘contemporary classical music’ are now redundant. For John Davis, ‘art music’ is a better alternative.
| Sep 20

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