Co-director Chris Howlett gives us a taste of what’s on offer in the festival’s second year.
QPAC and Sydney Festival have both had to cancel some performances due to COVID-19, but shows are now going ahead.
Aurélien Scannella, Krzysztof Pastor and Lisa Pavane talk to Jansson J. Antmann about the impact of COVID on the ballet world.
Julie Lea Goodwin is gorgeous as the merry widow Hanna Glavari, and perfectly supported by Alexander Lewis as Danilo Danilovich.
Seann Miley Moore, currently performing in Rent, and Glace Chase, soon to star in trans love story Triple X, talk to Steve Dow about gender diversity in Australian theatre.
Ben Neutze discovers how Sydney Theatre Company’s universally acclaimed production magically melds old theatricality with cutting-edge technology.
Cultural and sporting institutions find themselves on the same team.
A solid cast and a few bursts of genuine laughter could not firm this limp, over-extended play.
The Royal Ballet principal talks about The Nutcracker, which about to screen in Australian cinemas, Taylor Swift and Cats, and the frustration of COVID.
Content manager Toby Chadd reflects on the year gone by, the success of Classic Choir, and new projects coming up in 2021.
“It’s time to put our artists back on centre stage, to put them first when it comes to revenue, and to put the needs of music lovers everywhere ahead of the status quo,” says Co-Director Adele Schonhardt.
An early Christmas miracle sees Queensland end the year with full capacity theatres and an unexpected taste of The Nutcracker’s family tradition.
Comfort and joy from Pinchgut Opera, in a Christmas concert of interweaving colours and enchanting hues.