This intriguing, whacky cabaret-cum-sketch show whisks you into the subconscious.
Roland Peelman, Claire Spencer, Tim Minchin, Caroline O’Connor, Hugo Weaving and Wesley Enoch are among those recognised in the 2020 Australia Day Honours.
A new small-scale musical about a long-distance relationship is a promising calling card for its writers, though the story could be stronger.
This fun satire about 1950s domestic bliss is more style than substance.
One of David Williamson’s last new plays, this dark comedy feels urgent, incredibly topical and invigorating.
A meditation on love, loss, connectivity and a heartfelt reminder of the power and symbolism of the written word.
A delightful look at the life and career of one of Britain’s most beloved actors.
The writer-director discusses her Noongar-language interpretation of Shakespeare’s play, which puts the spotlight on an oft-excluded character.
The musical American Psycho leads the pack with nine awards, with Sydney Theatre Company’s The Beauty Queen of Leenane also highly honoured.
The plot may be pretty flimsy with holes in the narrative but the joyous score is irresistible and the message is as important as ever.
This adults-only cabaret takes time to really connect but ultimately delivers plenty to enjoy, even in its more solemn moments.
Jansson J. Antmann talks to Neil Armfield and artist Abdul Abdullah about how religious, sexual and identity politics feature in many of the works in this year's Adelaide Festival.
This new show captures the spirit of Reg Livermore's seminal 1975 solo show, cleverly combining old and new material for audiences today.