Anita Hegh does a brilliant job of conveying Virginia Woolf's supple mind in Belvoir's first post-COVID, socially distanced production.
The actor and playwright has become the first Indigenous artist to win any of the prizes on offer in the Archibald Prize in its 99-year history.
After coming under fire for the lack of diversity in its 2020 cohort of semi-finalists, the RGE has announced changes to the way it will operate, and has cancelled the 2020 competition.
Daniel Assetta, Ayla Beaufils, Tim Draxl, Albert Mwangi and Sean Sinclair discuss performing in empty theatres during COVID-19 and how it's made them value live audiences more than ever.
Created by People of Colour for People of Colour, the new scholarship launched by Artists of Colour Initiative aims to generate change in Australian musical theatre.
The renowned comedian, writer, painter and illustrator will channel topical wit and delightful whimsy into Limelight's print magazine with a monthly arts cartoon.
The world premiere of David Megarrity’s play The Holidays will have a month-long season in the Bille Brown Theatre.
In a masterstroke of deceit, director Catherine Fitzgerald paints a heavy picture on a light canvas with her production of Patrick Hamilton’s 1938 thriller.
Before Limelight returns to print, we reveal some of the stories that will feature in our refreshed, redesigned magazine, and what to look out for online.
Metro Arts Creative Director and CEO Jo Thomas introduces us to the exciting, purpose-built venue, which will host several Brisbane Festival events.
Hamilton's Musical Director and orchestrator discusses how he loves being Lin-Manuel Miranda’s “co-pilot”, performing together at the White House, and why he hopes Hamilton will bring about change.
A feast of fine music re-opens QPAC’s new local performance series.
The Crowd Favourite Performances Competition is open to performers aged 10 to 35, with eight prizes to the value of $6,000.