Eddie Perfect reflects on negative reviews, critics, making it on Broadway and enduring COVID lockdown in his terrific cabaret show Introspective.
Opera Australia and John Frost have announced the lead cast of Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella, with Shubshri Kandiah playing the starring role of Ella.
In Lewis Treston's compassionate Follow Me Home, the stories of young homeless people are brought from the margins to centre stage, and the characters are treated with dignity.
Life on edge is front and centre in Patricia Cornelius' latest play RUNT.
Sydney Theatre Company suffered a $17.8 million slump in its operating revenue for 2020, but ended up with a $4 million net deficit thanks to grants and philanthropy.
British writer Sir Christopher Hampton discusses his two plays currently running in Australia, and his most important conversations ever.
We look at opera's love affair with wine, the Australian Chamber Orchestra's new project River, and Virginia Gay's emergence as a playwright. We also salute Paul Goodchild, doyen of Australian brass.
This long-running West End drama comes to the Ensemble Theatre in Kirribilli with few chills but plenty of thrills from its actors.
The winners of this year’s Performing Arts WA Awards include Yirra Yaakin Theatre Company’s Hecate, Black Swan’s Oklahoma!, and WA Opera's Così Fan Tutte.
Robyn Archer's show Mother Archer's Cabaret for Dark Times was musically satisfying and conceptually brilliant.
Samuel Beckett's play may be celebrating its 60th anniversary but it still feels as timely as ever in this production starring Belinda Giblin and Lex Marinos.
Tim Minchin shows yet again that he is an artist at the top of his game with his inspired, witty and moving cabaret show BACK.
David McAllister has received a Companion of the Order of Australia. Others recognised include Brett Weymark, John Kotzas, Peter Carroll, Linsey Pollak, Leah Purcell, Jonathan Biggins and Chris Hemsworth.