Anthony Warlow finally plays the dual title roles live in an impressive semi-staged concert.
A powerful musical with a serious political message, that is joyously uplifting and entertaining at the same time.
The theatre debut of spoken word performer Sukhjit Kaur Khalsa has a few teething problems but is an enjoyable, lyrical piece.
This tribute to the German actor-musician is as enigmatic as its subject.
Dean Bryant and Mathew Frank have joined forces on a musical adaptation of Miles Franklin's legendary book. Bryant tells us about the show.
Mitchell Butel reveals his inaugural program as AD, with plays that he hopes will make headlines, open the door to a more diverse group of actors, provoke and entertain.
Four leading Australian playwrights present a perspective-packed snapshot of the nation’s fragmentation.
The actor decided to make a documentary about mental health in the entertainment industry, screening on ABC, after his own struggles with depression.
An enchanting, nostalgic visual aesthetic brings simple folktale-inspired stories to life.
Cirque du Soleil is at the top of its game with this dazzling show, in a mysterious steampunk setting.
Sukhjit Kaur Khalsa’s show about growing up Sikh in Perth serves up a musical feast.
A special evening with a gracious, classy, legendary performer.
This issue features the young Australians destined for greatness, Nina Stemme on Wagner's heroines, interviews with Katie Noonan, Donald Runnicles and more.