A well constructed less-is-more cabaret homage to 'the Princess'.
Our next issue includes interviews with AWO guest maestro Riccardo Muti, Marin Alsop on conducting Lenny and Simon Russell Beale on The Death of Stalin.
Hugo Weaving stars in Brecht’s anti-fascist play for Sydney Theatre Company, but don’t expect a Hitler moustache.
This Belgian play about the Beslan school siege uses a unique perspective to try to make sense of the incomprehensible.
Peter Evans’ stylish but faceless production has a saving grace in two of its principals.
With a Sydney Theatre Award for her star turn in Calamity Jane at the Hayes, now touring, the popular performer recalls being raised on classical music, before discovering Nirvana, musicals and “newgrass”.
A top-notch, diverse line-up makes for a cracking start to this year's Adelaide Festival.
Steve Dow takes a look at initiatives to create work inclusive of artists with a disability. But are fear, a lack of understanding and insufficient funding holding us back?
Linden Furnell has been dismissed from the Green Day musical, opening in Melbourne tonight, for alleged "inappropriate behaviour".
Belgian director Ivo van Hove returns to the Adelaide Festival with another thrilling, epic production.
Emily Barclay gives a quietly gripping performance in this powerful play about family violence.
The British performance artist talks about tackling the C-word in her latest play.
A dazzling production of a pioneering 1980s play that still feels painfully relevant.