This week Deborah Jones explores ADT's digital program ADAPT, the documentary about the making of the RNZB's The Piano – the ballet, and Christopher Wheeldon's The Winter's Tale.
This week, Jo Litson recommends Inua Ellams’ exuberant play Barber Shop Chronicles, Sam Mendes’ 1993 Donmar Warehouse production of Cabaret starring Alan Cumming, and Tim Crouch’s I, Malvolio.
This week's highlights include Sir Simon Rattle conducting the Australian World Orchestra and Simone Young conducting the Sydney Symphony Orchestra.
For week two, Clive Paget travels from his living room to New York, London, Berlin and back to Oz.
This week, Lynden Barber reviews Normal People, detective series Taken Down, Line of Duty Season 5, and new Australian flick starring Hugo Weaving.
This week, Dr Nick Gordon looks at photographic art, focusing on the Head On(line) Photo Festival, the Ballarat International Foto Biennale, and online exhibitions at Peter Fetterman Gallery.
This week, for your digital viewing, Deborah Jones recommends New York City Ballet's Concerto DSCH by Alexei Ratmansky, and Liam Scarlett's Swan Lake.
This week Jo Litson recommends John Foreman’s digital variety show Big Night In, and two live streamed concerts, Here’s to the Ladies and Lights Up on the Arts [Home Delivery].
This week's highlights include brand new solo flute and guitar recitals, and a genre-defying orchestral concert from the archives.
Lynden Barber recommends powerful new series Unorthodox, fish-out-of-water story The Attache, and the Before trilogy.
In the first week of our new series, Clive Paget highlights the pick of a bumper operatic crop to watch online.
Dr Nick Gordon goes on a digital 'walk-through' of the Bessie Davidson exhibition at the Bendigo Art Gallery, and tunes into some artist talks at Basel's Fondation Beyeler.
Deborah Jones explores Alexei Ratmansky's Cinderella created for The Australian Ballet, and also recommends Bangarra's Bennelong among streaming options.