$8 million a year of reappropriated funds will be returned to the Australia Council, but some troubling aspects of NPEA remain.
It’s the time of year when many of us in the media enjoy letting our heads swivel back and forth, Janus-like, over the old year and the new.
Brisbane Baroque artistic director Leo Schofield dissects the delicate art of curating a festival.
Rush, Russell Beale, Salminen & Skovhus: four Lears tackle the tortured monarch.
★★★☆☆ An entertaining, gender-bending tumble through the centuries in need of a little less haste.
Orange is the New Black star Uzo Aduba, Downton Abbey’s Laura Carmichael, and Fresh Meat’s Zawe Ashton cast.
An estimated 2 million people will attend events by 2021, smashing all previous records.
The musical theatre star and TV personality says he’s committed to “supporting a theatre that I genuinely believe in.”
Vizard and Grabowsky ask will the last 114 year-old digger please turn the lights out?
We talk to the award-winning singer about what’s hot in musical theatre today, and ask if race is still an issue.
As the investigation into the NPEA draws to a close, has it been more about political theatre than protecting the arts?
Perth International Arts Festival’s 2016 offering celebrates homegrown talent alongside imported works.
★★★★☆ A study of psychological pathology, this Hamlet chooses the personal over the political.