After collaborating on successful productions of The King And I and South Pacific, OA and John Frost are to stage another Rodgers and Hammerstein musical.
Melbourne’s annual awards ceremony for the performing arts takes stock of 2019’s best and brightest.
Review: The Neighbourhood (La Boite Theatre Company and Multicultural Australia, in association with Empire Theatres)
A moving and memorable piece of theatre traversing a range of forms to tell stories of home, hope and belonging.
Despite being written and set in the 1980s, David Williamson’s rapid-fire satire remains a relevant critique of affluence and art.
Helen Thomson is blissfully funny in this new adaptation of Fo’s classic political farce.
Benjamin Law’s playwriting debut is a tragi-comic family story full of heart and humour.
A haunting, profoundly theatrical adaptation of Macbeth performed in Noongar.
This production of Terence Rattigan's quintessentially English drama never quite finds its groove, despite a strong performance from Marta Dusseldorp.
This adaptation of Peter Goldsworthy’s novella is big-hearted but not fully realised in its look at love and death.
British director Phelim McDermott has been obsessed with Philip Glass’s music since the early 1980s. He talks to Jo Litson about meeting the legendary composer, directing his operas, and the dream in a flotation tank which led to their first direct collaboration.
The artist, designer and director on closing Theatre of Image, publishing a 30th anniversary book, and adapting and designing a ballet of The Happy Prince.
Sparks fly between Rose Byrne and Bobby Cannavale in Simon Stone's visceral modern Medea.
S. Shakthidharan and Eamon Flack’s sweeping drama has won the $100,000 Victorian Prize for Literature.