This week Jo Litson recommends the Belvoir online concert, Lin-Manuel Miranda's 14-minute musical 21 Chump Street, Gillian Anderson in A Streetcar Named Desire, and Black Swan's Summer of the Seventeenth Doll.
This weekend, Belvoir presents its first online concert featuring songs from various shows staged at the venue. As host Virginia Gay says, with theatres closed due to COVID-19, we need online concerts like this to remind us that even if we are in...
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While live performance is returning, travel restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic mean virtually no international artists will tour here. Will we seize the chance to create a greater space for Indigenous, female and ethnically diverse voices to speak to us about Australia today?
In her final column, Jo Litson explores the musical Who's Your Baghdaddy? live streaming from Sydney, the last five NT at Home plays, and Repeat Attenders, the documentary about musical theatre "superfans".
In this week's column, Angus McPherson takes a look at Melbourne Digital Concert Hall's first international satellite concert, The Academy of St Martin in the Fields' new streaming series, and some cute classical pet pics.
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