A contemporary reimagining of Thornton Wilder’s 1927 Pulitzer winning work of fiction.
The stimulus package will provide much-needed support for performing arts organisations who have lost income as a result of Sydney's current COVID lockdown.
Artistic Director Louise Bezzina hopes people will be able to come together "in a really bright, shimmery way, with a sense of celebration" at this year's Brisbane Festival.
Creative State 2025 aims to grow and strengthen a diverse and innovative arts industry for Victoria.
La Boite's new production Caesar, adapted by five writers for five actors, will offer blood, conspiratorial thrills and political commentary, but also a comic romp.
The Australia Council report, In Real Life: Mapping digital cultural engagement in the first decades of the 21st century, looks at how audiences have adapted to digital performance platforms.
A new adaptation of Thornton Wilder's novel The Bridge of San Luis Rey, starring Slava Grigoryan and Paul Capsis, will premiere at the Adelaide Guitar Festival presented with Brink Productions.
Winners of this year’s Green Room Awards include Rachael Maza, Artistic Director of Ilbijerri Theatre Company, and arts journalist Richard Watts, who both received Lifetime Achievement Awards.
We look at opera's love affair with wine, the Australian Chamber Orchestra's new project River, and Virginia Gay's emergence as a playwright. We also salute Paul Goodchild, doyen of Australian brass.
Hot French playwright’s comedy fails to fire in this production starring Stephen Curry.
In his fantastic new cabaret, Alan Cumming bares his soul while discussing ageing and death; and shows he's someone "who's going like Elsie" and won't be caught sitting alone in his room.
What is it about the performing arts that we so willingly give away our work for nothing?
Actor Virginia Gay emerges from lockdown as a busy playwright.