In its 40th birthday year, the Melbourne theatre venue and incubator has turned an annus horribilis into an opportunity to evolve.
Kip Williams' dazzling stage adaptation of Oscar Wilde's gothic melodrama, brilliantly performed by Eryn Jean Norvill, speaks to the here and now.
Review: The Wharf Revue – Good Night and Good Luck (Sydney Theatre Company presented by Riverside Theatres)
The final Wharf Revue under the STC banner is a night of frivolity and fast costume changes, where all that is puffed up in politics is satisfyingly pricked.
Adelaide Festival Co-Artistic Directors Rachel Healy and Neil Armfield have been honoured with the Arts Leadership Award.
The new-look Limelight magazine includes major features written by Mahima Macchione, Jane Albert, Carole M. Cusack and Alex Ross.
Leading playwrights and directors talk about how to honour the original book, while breathing new life into it for the theatre.
Find out what's on stage and streaming online in December from Limelight editors Jo Litson, Angus McPherson and Clive Paget.
An incredibly moving and visually delightful work about family, empathy and memory.
The Brisbane theatre company will present two world premieres in the first part of its 2021 season, with more plays to be announced in 2021.
The entirely WA program takes the river as its theme and includes a range of new work, with a strong Noongar component.
From a park bench in Sydney’s Green Park to Gunaikurnai country in the Victorian Alps, from Singapore to outer space, Griffin’s new season crosses worlds.
Wicked Sisters leaves us contemplating who amongst our closest we can trust.
Wesley Enoch’s fifth and final Festival will be all Australian Made.