Angus Cerini’s new play about an unsolved double murder, is atmospherically staged and brilliantly performed by Hugo Weaving and Wayne Blair.
Featuring music and lyrics by Makan, the song is performed by 101 CALD and BIPoC artists, and is a call to arms for better representation on stage and screen.
Peter Evans discusses the company's new series of debates, its podcasts Speak the Speech, and the likely return of the Prince of Denmark next year.
Opera Queensland, Queensland Ballet, Queensland Symphony Orchestra Queensland Theatre and Circa will all perform live in the coming months in a program called Queensland’s Own.
The new-look Limelight magazine includes major features written by Steve Dow, Jan Bowen, Harriet Cunningham and Clive Paget.
As Sydney venues begin to open their doors, Steve Dow investigates the various COVID safety protocols in place.
The 30 semi-finalists, who had made the unanimous decision to withdraw from the competition, have hit back at the claim by the RGE that the scholarship was cancelled in order to protect them from bullying.
What's on the airwaves across ABC Classic and independent radio stations, plus the latest streaming news, reviews and highlights.
Find out what's on stage – and streaming online – in October from Limelight editors Jo Litson, Angus McPherson and Clive Paget.
Catch up on what's been in the Limelight with the top arts stories to recently make headlines.
While live performance is returning, travel restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic mean virtually no international artists will tour here. Will we seize the chance to create a greater space for Indigenous, female and ethnically diverse voices to speak to us about Australia today?
Anita Hegh does a brilliant job of conveying Virginia Woolf's supple mind in Belvoir's first post-COVID, socially distanced production.
The actor and playwright has become the first Indigenous artist to win any of the prizes on offer in the Archibald Prize in its 99-year history.