Trevor Ashley began his career at the Sydney Cabaret Convention. Now he is launching a new cabaret festival with Jennifer Holliday as one of the stars.
D'Arietta's Cohen was a safe, satisfying journey rather than a ride.
The cast give it their all, but the sketchy show is no musical holy grail. Still, it’s a lot of fun.
Kate Mulvany is brilliant in this raw but heartfelt, life-affirming show.
Justin Fleming's writing is ingenious, but a pacier, more energetic production would heighten the play's impact.
Alice Chance talks about synesthesia, Eurovision, the musical Fangirls, and her new string quartet for the Bowral Autumn Music Festival.
A circus spectacular of acrobatic virtuosity.
Nasi Voutsas and Bertrand Lesca's tense, comic two-hander draws the audience in and makes it complicit.
An immersive and magical experience where Chekhov meets Heysen.
The photographer and actress’s real-life encounter becomes a tantalising cocktail of truth and fiction.
The veteran actor returns to Bell Shakespeare to star as Molière’s stingy Miser.
The Fellowship is a prestigious professional development program for emerging and developing directors.
The much-loved star will bring The Man. The Music. The Show. to Australia in August with Keala Settle, who appeared with him in The Greatest Showman, as a guest artist.