Journalist Sally Sara’s fictionalised account of life as a foreign correspondent takes its audience behind the headlines.
The Rodgers and Hammerstein musical will open in Sydney in November, co-produced by Opera Australia and the Gordon Frost Organisation.
What’s happening on stage this month? We’ve put together a list of the most exciting events taking place in April 2021.
How Sally Sara’s debut play Stop Girl, now playing at Belvoir St Theatre, became a lifeline after decades in war zones.
The season will include the world premiere of the musical The Dismissal, Glace Chase's Triple X, and the return of The Picture of Dorian Gray starring Eryn Jean Norvill.
Branden Jacobs-Jenkins's cleverly subversive play uses tropes from classic American family dramas, but the STC production still has more depth to find.
Oliver Twist's Jali jumps back and forth in time, while mixing comedy and tragedy, as he tells his turbulent story.
Opera Australia and the Really Useful Group will stage Cameron Mackintosh’s new production in September, with Australian performer Josh Piterman in the title role.
This extract from Currency House’s latest Platform Paper, written by departing Director Katharine Brisbane, addresses “Black Friday”, a devastating day of reckoning for the arts.
Virginia Gay brings us a new gender-flipped Cyrano de Bergerac on a program with three new Australian works, two Australian premieres and the postponed As You Like It.
The Royal Shakespeare Company’s new digital reimagining of A Midsummer Night’s Dream harnesses video game technology and an interactive score conducted by Esa-Pekka Salonen.
A raunchy romantic comedy tackling big ideas, themes and power structures.
Federal Arts Minister Paul Fletcher has resisted calls to extend the subsidy for the arts industry, confirming that JobKeeper will cease on 28 March.