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.
Though the message is mostly opaque, the 10 glorious humans performing are something special.
The RØDE Founder and Chairman, who made headlines last year with his purchase of Kurt Cobain’s ‘MTV Unplugged’ guitar, has given the Festival its largest ever philanthropic donation.
QPAC and Sydney Festival have both had to cancel some performances due to COVID-19, but shows are now going ahead.
Andrea James’s biographical play about Evonne Goolagong Cawley tells an important story, cleverly staged on a tennis court.
Shari Sebbens has been appointed Resident Director, while Courtney Stewart is the company’s new Richard Wherrett Fellow.
Inspired by Vivaldi's Four Seasons, there are some lovely visual and musical effects, but the production doesn't get to grips in real depth with the issues promised.
You really won’t believe what James Galea and his band of merry magicians can do in a new Sydney Opera House revue.
Having picked up a paintbrush as a creative outlet during the COVID lockdown, Tim Draxl starts the year with his first major solo art exhibition.
Seann Miley Moore, currently performing in Rent, and Glace Chase, soon to star in trans love story Triple X, talk to Steve Dow about gender diversity in Australian theatre.
Melbourne’s first major theatre production in ages is an accessible alfresco romp.
Ben Neutze discovers how Sydney Theatre Company’s universally acclaimed production magically melds old theatricality with cutting-edge technology.
Shaun Rennie's production finds its emotional groove in the second act when the musical itself gives the characters more room to breathe.