Funded by the venue's donors, partners and contractors, New Work Now will commission a broad range of work from companies including Sydney Chamber Opera and the Indigenous World Art Orchestra.
As David McAllister prepares to leave The Australian Ballet, he releases a new memoir.
As his company celebrates its 10th anniversary, the choreographer discusses his work and his new production about excessive gaming, which will be performed and live streamed this week.
An ingeniously devised, eloquent and timeless drama, brought to magnificent life by WAB.
An energetic work of impressive scope and scale, exploring human connectedness and the power of the collective.
Before Limelight returns to print, we reveal some of the stories that will feature in our refreshed, redesigned magazine, and what to look out for online.
The Crowd Favourite Performances Competition is open to performers aged 10 to 35, with eight prizes to the value of $6,000.
Michael Cassel, Benjamin Law, Trudy Dalgleish, Eddie Perfect, Simon Phillips and Ursula Yovich are among 11 industry leaders participating in the new arts mentorship program.
Creating the Future, a new survey conducted by the Australia Council, shows a growing number of people have been engaging with the arts and support arts funding.
The musical theatre performer, teacher and director believes that acting should be an intrinsic part of dancing training. He tells us why.
A resilient Queensland Ballet re-emerges from the COVID darkness like a radiant phoenix.
There was a feeling of liberty in the air as WAB performed to a live audience, with each of the 12 shorts works drawing ecstatic applause.
Four Winds, Sydney Philharmonia Choirs, Gondwana Choirs and Sydney Chamber Opera are among the 58 small to medium arts organisations who will receive funding for up to four years.