★★★★★ Masterfully constructed and chillingly frank, this adaptation of Orwell’s dystopian masterpiece is a coup.
German artist Julian Rosefeldt’s ‘Manifesto’ sees Cate Blanchett inhabit 13 unique personas.
★★★★☆ A fascinating exposition of White’s mighty love story set in a quirky world where opposites attract.
Rush, Russell Beale, Salminen & Skovhus: four Lears on tackling Shakespeare’s tortured monarch.
A new lecture series at the Sydney Opera House will offer a fascinating exploration of the creative process.
This well-heeled selection sees theatre gems rub shoulders with brand new Australian works.
Limelight’s Shona Benson, Maxim Boon and Clive Paget select their best from the Fest.
A pyrotechnic arena spectacular from France, and a dance coup from Germany crown Sefton’s swan song programme.
The song of a dying maid inspired Peter Sellars and Toni Morrison’s moving theatre piece.
Can new Minister for the Arts Mitch Fifield convince the arts sector that he is not his predecessor?
New AD challenges preconceived notions of Asian culture and pushes artistic boundaries.
Ahead of this week’s Meeting of Cultural Ministers the arts advocacy group suggests emergency plan.
The new Arts Minister pledges to hear artists’ concerns, but still stays true to much of Brandis’ vision.