Smith has been awarded the $25,000 Fellowship, while Kim Ho has taken out the Patrick White Playwrights’ Award.
Sharon Millerchip charms in Willy Russell's ever-popular, uplifting play.
On its 10th anniversary tour, the musical reaffirms the huge, loveable heart it has beneath the camp, shiny exterior.
Nakkiah Lui's ferocious new comedy will have you on the edge of your seat from start to finish.
The English dancer on turning triple threat, eight shows a week and tea with Leslie Caron.
Despite strong performances, the play doesn't fire as it should emotionally.
Drab reality recrafted into a dream-world rich, strange, and tragic.
This intelligent, provocative play uses the Snowden affair as the springboard for a not-so-speculative deep dive into 21st-century surveillance.
Everything’s coming up roses for director Richard Carroll who now tackles Gypsy.
A complex love letter to Sydney, Alana Valentine’s new play tracks the lives of three generations of working class women.
This adaptation of Peter Carey’s novel is an uneven, sometimes laborious tragi-comic exploration of an adman’s existential crisis.
A new take on an old classic reveals uncommonly good gossip as currency.
The intimate concert sees Criss perform pop hits and musical theatre favourites.