STC has issued a statement confirming the passing of the acclaimed Wangkatjungka actor in Edinburgh while touring in The Secret River.
Naseema Sparks will Chair the Classical Music Board while Opera Australia CEO Rory Jeffes heads up the Opera, Musical Theatre & Chorus Board.
A dramatic comedy that interrogates a marriage and asks questions about idealism, privilege, and hypocrisy in middle class Australia.
The line-up includes David Williamson's final play, a co-production with Sydney Festival, and seven plays written by women.
Colin Friels gives a passionate, moving performance as Galileo in Brecht’s play, which feels incredibly relevant right now.
The legendary Broadway composer is now 92. As Chicago returns to razzle dazzle Australian audiences, he tells us about writing the show with his long-time collaborator, the late Fred Ebb, and why he hasn’t watched the television series Fosse/Verdon.
Modern alienation merges with Medieval mysticism in Alison Croggon’s new play.
One of our busiest playwrights is directing her new work for Queensland Theatre.
This issue includes features on Léo Delibes' Sylvia, Shostakovich's Fourth Symphony, Golden Age string instruments, and composers Schumann and John Kander.
Explore the history of Delibes' Sylvia, why Shostakovich's Fourth Symphony was so dangerous, and discover what makes 'Golden Age' instruments so special.
Van Badham's new play tackles pickup artistry and the internet's seamy underside.
By establishing the rift between the boys too early, the production doesn't have the inexorable tension or poignancy of the book.
It’s a flawed musical, but the swinging 60s score sings and Cameron Mitchell's production is very entertaining.