Vibrant performances drive Lin-Manuel Miranda’s heartwarming In the Heights.
An exciting, ambitious new Australian play, in six languages, that unites the personal and political in powerful, moving fashion.
A moving story about two Romanian Jews seeking refuge in Canada, spliced with exuberant klezmer songs.
The Paris of the East glitters seductively in Sydney's West.
It's maybe not as thrilling a show as some of Willy Wonka's confectionery, but there's plenty to enjoy.
A well-crafted piece of theatre that requires a constant negotiation of what it means to be an audience member.
Simon McBurney’s first Schaubühne production, Beware of Pity, comes to the Sydney Festival.
Full of stage magic and illusion, HOME at the Sydney Festival offers a touching look at the intimate moments that make a house a home.
Omar Musa’s politically-charged show tells pointed, moving personal stories about life in Australia today.
British director John Tiffany explains the genesis of a hit show and how Aussie actors are making it theirs.
We reveal our 2018 Artists of the Year. Other features include The Magic Flute, Meryl Tankard's Two Feet and Australian Brandenburg Orchestra at 30.
Inside this issue: 2018 Artists of the Year, The Magic Flute, Meryl Tankard's Two Feet, Australian Brandenburg Orchestra at 30, Leonardo Da Vinci 500.
S. Shakthidharan and Eamon Flack discuss a sweeping new drama that tells a different kind of Australian story on stage.