A crazy cocktail of circus, drag, comedy, Irish dancing and slam poetry, with something to say.
Ahead of her appearance at the Adelaide French Festival, Nin talks about the inspiration behind her show, her alter ego, and festival after parties.
He starred in the first workshop and the original Australian, West End and Broadway productions. Now he's back, with stories about the show's development and his own occasional deafness.
From Raoul in the West End to the Tin Man in Australia, the versatile leading man chats about Lloyd Webber's Wizard of Oz and his own debut album.
Opera singers Jacqui Dark and Kanen Breen in cabaret mode make naughty very nice with this irreverent Christmas show.
Mitchell Butel has gathered a starry line-up of leading ladies to play Fanny Brice in a Sydney Symphony Orchestra concert of Funny Girl.
Rock 'n' Soul with plenty of raw, heart-breaking emotion.
Amélie the musical is not quite as quirky as the much-loved film.
A new book shows how JC Williamson sometimes saved D'Oyly Carte's bacon.
Concerned that Jason and Elissa Blake's new online arts platform Audrey Journal is a conflict of interest, Fairfax Media has stopped using them as contributors.
The two star tenors deliver together but truly soar when they sing solo.
The Melbourne Festival’s AD explains that audiences in the city, and in Australia, inspire him to go further and harder.
Highlights include Blazey Best in Gypsy, a revival of Australian musical Darlinghurst Nights, Aspects of Love, and In the Heights.