Australian composer Lisa Young tells us about her new work Sacred Stepping Stones which Gondwana Choirs will perform at the Festival of Summer Voices.
For 50 years, David Williamson has been reflecting contemporary Australian society on stage. He talks about the addiction of playwriting, his two new plays, and why it’s best to retire now, while audiences are still coming.
The founder and artistic director of Tenebrae talks about the choir's latest trip Down Under.
Cellist Camilla Tafra explains how she and a group of musicians are weaving French baroque music into a tale about gods, mortals, demons and nymphs.
Co-writer and co-director Lucy Moss discusses the hit musical SIX about the six wives of Henry VIII, and writing some songs for Courtney Act.
The British actor who for 25 years captivated millions worldwide as Agatha Christie’s fastidious Belgian detective, Hercule Poirot, talks about his new stage show Poirot and More: A Retrospective.
Hofesh Shechter's Grand Finale was one of Limelight's top dance shows for 2019. Olivia Ansell, the Sydney Opera House's Head of Contemporary Performance, reflects on the choreographer's rich body of work ahead of the Sydney season.
As Bran Nue Dae, Australia’s first Aboriginal musical, returns for a 30th anniversary production, Associate Director Naomi Pigram discusses why the show is so important, and why it made her feel excited and proud when she first saw it as a teen.
Resident Puppetry Director Gareth Aled explains why the puppeteers on War Horse become “proper horse geeks”.
With Shrek and Fun Home headed our way, the composer talks about her love affair with musical theatre and why she keeps a Stephen Sondheim mask on a shelf in her studio.
The composer and pianist on political art, working with Berio and Stockhausen, and how classical music is evolving through the work of living composers.
The English conductor on recording Handel's Brockes-Passion, Limelight's Recording of the Month in January/February.
Discover our readers' and critics' favourite artists of 2019, learn about Beethoven's final tempestuous year, and celebrate Musica Viva as it turns 75.