A radical work featuring robots and live animals from Chunky Move’s new director.
The actor decided to make a documentary about mental health in the entertainment industry, screening on ABC, after his own struggles with depression.
Stephanie Lake shows a highly original sensibility in this exhilarating work.
A panel from the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra, Sydney Dance Company, NIDA, Gondwana Choirs and the Australia Ensemble gathered at City Recital Hall to discuss the state of the arts.
This issue features the young Australians destined for greatness, Nina Stemme on Wagner's heroines, interviews with Katie Noonan, Donald Runnicles and more.
Meet the next generation of classical music stars, learn what changes at mainstage venues mean for the industry, an interview with Nina Stemme and more.
Performance spaces are being redeveloped and built all over the country. Steve Dow charts the changes happening to mainstage venues, and explains what this flurry of architecture will mean for classical music and the performing arts.
Redefined from an Eastern perspective, this Rite is radically different.
A unique experience that's more about the journey than the destination.
David McAllister’s final program as Artistic Director includes three new full-length ballets, including Anna Karenina, and a new short work by Alice Topp.
An accomplished rendition of the iconic ballet, but the production needs an update to avoid racial stereotyping.
The company celebrates its 60th anniversary year with a gala of works created and presented by QB over the years.
Conjuring Italo Calvino’s 1972 novel Invisible Cities on stage seemed an impossible but irresistible challenge. Leo Warner and Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui tell Olivia Stewart how they and their creative team have used every possible tool to (loosely) bring the book to life.