The playwright, director and dramaturg will follow Lee Lewis as Artistic Director of the Sydney company.
Ingenious staging and a committed ensemble bring the big, sweeping story to vibrant life in the tiny theatre.
“What more can these f*ckers do to us?” The industry responds as the Department of Communications and the Arts is swallowed by the Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications.
The standout CDs of 2019 plus music for your Christmas stockings, Bran Nue Dae at 30, David Williamson's final curtain call, and we interview Richard Mills.
There are ineffably sad moments in this beautifully wrought production starring Jonathan Biggins.
The Prize celebrates women who have made a significant contribution to female-driven storytelling.
The 2020 Festival will celebrate its 20-year history at the opening gala and host a four-day French Soirée, among other teasers announced today.
The celebrated theatre and opera director has died at 85.
A wobbly fantasy-versus-bleak reality balancing act for Kander and Ebb’s under-appreciated musical.
Though entertaining as a bio-drama, the writing doesn't get under the skin of the characters enough to have much of an emotional impact.
The musical theatre star tells us about his new album, his new cabaret show, which he performs in Sydney next month, and the tiny "shed" he is renovating in New Zealand.
A decidedly unusual inter-species love story makes for a beguiling, probing rom-com.
Brent Hill and a terrific cast of children ensure that Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical, based on the film, is a real blast.