Charleroi Danses’ genre defying show of hands and heartbreak is a masterful meditation on love and memory.
One of Australia’s most iconic actors reveals her most cherished musical memories.
Eighty-something shabby Frenchman in Chekhov still manages to seduce the crowd.
A dark, dense and relentlessly bleak, yet pioneering musical monodrama.
A hit and miss adaptation that fails to deliver its full emotional potential.
James Thierrée's dystopian fairytale may be baffling, but it is also beautiful.
French company display “Je Suis Charlie” signs during curtain call at Sydney Festival opening night.
Limelight’s Editors offer their top picks from this year’s feast of culture.
Musical Theatre star and Hollywood actor has died suddenly during rehearsals in London.
French theatre maker James Thiérrée returns to the Sydney Festival.
A Shakespearean celebration that delivered spectacular success with some inconsistencies.
12 artists across seven artistic disciplines recognised with $100,000 award.
Outgoing Belvoir AD will reveal his foreigner-free vision for Australia in key-note speech.