Artistic Director Alan Cumming unveils the full program for the Adelaide Cabaret Festival, describing it as his personal "cabaret love letter" to Australia.
A roundly entertaining and sumptuous-looking comic foray into the false calls of nostalgia.
A thrilling, tantalising theatrical adventure through an Elsinore very different to Shakespeare’s.
Sublime moments were there for the taking at this year's Four Winds Festival, as strangers became friends.
Senior citizens cut a rug in this musical about growing old disgracefully.
Sir Simon Rattle on Janáček’s Vixen, Paul Dean on his new “Symphony”, Alan Cumming on Adelaide and ageing, and Amanda Harris on representation and cultural appropriation are among the highlights in our next issue.
Australian tenor Jonathon Welch, famous for his work with the Choir of Hard Knocks, tells us about his cabaret show featuring the life and songs of Harry Secombe.
This fine, semi-staged production from State Opera South Australia, starring Ben Mingay as Billy Bigelow, shows why Carousel was such a groundbreaking show.
The Australian cast more than rises to the occasion with a stunning production of Lin-Manuel Miranda's groundbreaking musical.
The lead producer of Hamilton charts his career, which includes Rent, In the Heights and Baz Luhrmann's La Bohème on Broadway, and explains why he sees Hamilton as "an enlightened business".
Carmel Dean’s exhilarating new song cycle celebrates women through the ages.
Journalist Sally Sara’s fictionalised account of life as a foreign correspondent takes its audience behind the headlines.
The Rodgers and Hammerstein musical will open in Sydney in November, co-produced by Opera Australia and the Gordon Frost Organisation.