John Bell, Mitchell Butel and Julia Zemiro are among the artists speaking out on social media to ask the Government to #CreateAustraliasFuture
Opera Australia's Il Viaggio a Reims, the musical Come From Away, and the musical play Barbara and the Camp Dogs were among the winners.
While new funding has been allocated for some, all companies will face cuts of 30 percent over the next 12 months.
The Bell Shakespeare Shorts Festival is open to Australian primary and secondary students.
The City of Sydney endorses a $3.5M package, the City of Melbourne offers $2M in grants, and Tasmania delivers $1.5M in funding and operational measures worth $2M.
The new fund will operate across three streams: Survive, Adapt, Create. The suspended Arts and Disability Mentorships have been reopened.
From our House to Yours will offer full-length performances and talks, footage, podcasts, articles and behind-the-scenes content.
While Live Performance Australia’s national awards will not go ahead this year, Melbourne’s Green Room Awards will be presented in an online ceremony.
Three productions from Griffin and STC, filmed in front of a live audience, will be available for free on Facebook.
The leading musical director has had to retire from her busy career in musical theatre due to a rare, neurodegenerative condition.
Over 100 academics have sent an open letter to the Federal Government saying that Australia's cultural future is at stake and calling for urgent support.
On March 22, Stephen Sondheim turns 90. Clive Paget traces the career of the legendary composer and lyricist, who is one of the most important and influential figures in 20th-century musical theatre.
Queensland Arts Minister Leeanne Enoch has announced $8 million of funding relief to help mitigate the impact of the coronavirus on small to medium arts companies.