An all-encompassing, explosive, emotional experience that mines the pain and glory of human existence.
Find out what's on stage – and streaming online – in January & February from Limelight editors Jo Litson, Angus McPherson and Clive Paget.
A splendid life and times of an Australian theatrical design icon.
A hypnotically beautiful work, choreographed to a wonderful, visceral score by Bryce Dessner, which is performed live by the Australian String Quartet.
Hypnotic and mesmerising, Aftermath grabs you and never lets go.
The new livestreaming initiative begins this month with Summertime at the Ballet, and will add bonus behind-the-scenes footage including post-performance interviews with dancers.
The two awards will be presented at the Sydney Opera House on 6 April on the opening night of The Australian Ballet's New York Dialects.
Opening events due to take place this Friday are being rescheduled because of the five-day COVID-19 lockdown in WA.
Lindy Hume, Chrissie Parrott, Lorrae Desmond and David Helfgott are among the Australians recognised, while some refuse or return their awards.
The program under new Creative Director Lindy Hume includes local Yuin artists, cellist Timo-Veikko Valve, the SSO 2020 Fellows, Sydney Dance Company, and Compassion by Nigel Westlake and Lior.
What are the ‘Sacred Cows’ of classical music and the arts that you’d like to see taken down a peg – or thrown out completely?
Claire Cowan's Hansel and Gretel ballet score is a delectable treat for young and old.
Run by Moogahlin Performing Arts, this year's festival will develop six new works by First Nations storytellers, four of which will be performed live this weekend as part of Sydney Festival.