This ambitious dive into the Australian psyche struggles with the novel’s epic complexity and mystery.
Alexander Berlage kills it with a sensationally staged production.
She joins an all-star cast for Stateless, a drama about Australia's immigration system.
A charming, wry comedy where actions speak louder than words.
A compelling, timely drama, if underdeveloped.
The Icelandic songsmith's latest, sprawling, multimedia extravaganza is a cornucopia indeed.
A warm and enveloping piece of theatre.
A well cast rollercoaster ride through this Australian classic’s pathos and black comedy.
Zahra Newman and Hugo Weaving give dazzling performances, but the production doesn’t entirely hit home.
Inside the issue: Ute Lemper, Requiems to die for, Rossini's Il Viaggio a Reims, ZOFO's new Pictures at an Exhibition, the Bolshoi Ballet and more.
Matthew Lutton directs the first professional staging of the epic play in two decades.
Featuring Ute Lemper, requiems, Rossini's Il Viaggio a Reims, ZOFO's new Pictures at an Exhibition, the Bolshoi Ballet and the AWO's Alexander Briger.
The young playwright wins another honour for The Almighty Sometimes, while Behrouz Boochani, who is locked up on Manus Island, is given a special award.