Melbourne’s first major theatre production in ages is an accessible alfresco romp.
Ben Neutze discovers how Sydney Theatre Company’s universally acclaimed production magically melds old theatricality with cutting-edge technology.
Shaun Rennie's production finds its emotional groove in the second act when the musical itself gives the characters more room to breathe.
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Jansson J. Antmann, Steve Dow, Deborah Jones and Ian Whitney analyse this year’s offerings in theatres and concert halls.
Affectionately known as ‘Frosty the Showman’, the impresario, who is currently co-producing Pippin, explains why classic musicals feature large in his life and work.
Sexual freedom and the subconscious in Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
Find out what's on stage – and streaming online – in January & February from Limelight editors Jo Litson, Angus McPherson and Clive Paget.
A solid cast and a few bursts of genuine laughter could not firm this limp, over-extended play.
A marvellous adaptation of a heart-warming tale for our times, brilliantly recreated by shake & stir theatre co.
Gillian Cosgriff explains how a creative collective formed during COVID has launched a podcast. In the first series, Bert LaBonté tells the story of the still birth of his daughter Meg.
Vengeance and resolution, exorcism and benediction, this excellent new production captures the visceral drama of Angus Cerini’s remarkable play.
Limelight celebrates 200 issues with features on video game music, Paganini’s favourite violin, how the arts and sports are teaming up.