An investigation into the Federal Budget’s controversial arts funding reforms is due by September.
A tightly constructed and polished one-woman show in need of more depth and imagination.
Online satirical protest movement that became a viral sensation will host its first exhibition in Victoria.
A delegation of 50 arts representatives will meet with high-profile politicians to discuss objections to the Federal Budget.
This highly anticipated and respectfully Brechtian production falls short of the hype.
Andrew Upton’s production of Beckett’s famous play, staring Hugo Weaving and Richard Roxburgh, wows London critics.
The international performance art superstar has two other major presentations in Australia this month.
Powerful performances wall to wall in this gritty, poignant and highly relevant debut play.
The eclectic international programme takes its inspiration from Africa, Asia and America.
Mamet’s excellent dialogue and the audience are left behind in Kate Cherry’s race to the finish.
We get inside the mind of the actor and music critic ahead of his upcoming appearances at the Hayes Theatre.
Senator Brandis confirms that neither the Australia Council or the arts community were warned of changes to funding.
Despite reporting huge profits in its 2014 Annual Report, Senator Brandis awards $150k additional funds.