Kerrie Anne Greenland brings a traditional touch to some familiar showtunes.
While the Australian singer-songwriter’s second musical to open on Broadway in the last 12 months was dubbed “a scream” by Variety, the New York Post called it “a disaster”.
Gripping new play revels in the grubby origins of Murdoch's endless race to the bottom.
La Mama Theatre’s Artistic Director will receive the award, for exceptional service to the live performance industry, at this year’s Helpmanns.
Amber McMahon and Sharon Millerchip discuss performing in a play where the characters are at a silent retreat.
Kip Williams and a top cast explore the truth and mendacity in Tennessee Williams’ play.
Lucy Kirkwood's latest sees an excess of themes redeemed by emotional truths.
Federal Court Justice Michael Wigney found that Nationwide News, publisher of The Daily Telegraph, failed to prove that the imputations made in two articles about Rush’s behaviour in 2017 were substantially true.
Jonathan Biggins gives such an uncanny performance you’d swear he’s Keating in this hilariously funny, astute, inspiring show.
The young cast sure can dance, but lacks the dramatic chops to sell this dark tale.
Australia’s premier opera companies have joined forces to produce the first major revival of Jimmy Chi’s 1990 musical.
A clever musical that moves forwards and backwards through a broken marriage.
Aside from the dancing, there’s little real fever in this underwhelming adaptation of the 1977 film.