The Australian entertainer and musical theatre star talks Peter Allen and touring with his "stage mum" ahead of his debut on the Bravo Cruise of the Performing Arts.
This theatre piece about Death is ingenious and thought-provoking but still has some way to go to reach its full potential.
Three stage to screen broadcasts will reach audiences across the country in 2018.
A ‘sequel-of-sorts’ to Ibsen’s groundbreaking play, this new work is capably interpreted but fundamentally lacking in subtlety and complexity.
Three Flinders University scholars have written a new book about the “metric madness” surrounding the way we value Australian culture. We publish an extract.
Five world premieres, several interstate co-productions, and gender equality in writing and directing see QT on a roll under AD Sam Strong.
This theatrical conceit has some rich ideas but falls short of orbit.
As the original production of Evita returns to Australia for a 40th anniversary season, Jansson J. Antmann talks to the show’s legendary director.
Moving away from dance theatre, Kate Champion directs the play That Eye, The Sky.
OzAsia Artistic Director Joseph Mitchell chats to Limelight about some of this year’s highlights.
Rohan Browne leads a talented cast in this energetic, crowd-pleasing take on the 20-year-old Australian musical.
Sydney Theatre Company offered Kate Mulvany the chance to go “big and bold” with an Australian novel. So she has written a two-part, five and a half hour adaptation of Ruth Park’s Harp in the South trilogy.
The Daily Telegraph has applied to amend its defence in light of the statement, which Rush’s barrister described as “too little, too late”.