A new stage adaptation of Dickens' classic novella introduces Playschool and zombies yet retains the heart of the original.
Jo Litson is a freelance arts writer and the arts editor and theatre reviewer for Sydney’s Sunday Telegraph. During a 25-year career she has been a contributor to publications including The Australian, The Bulletin, Limelight magazine, the Qantas magazine, POL Oxygen and the Sydney Theatre Company’s Backstage magazine among many others.
Opera Australia is forecasting snow at La Bohème on Sydney Harbour – but director Andy Morton is flaky on details.
The popular baritone tells us about his new festive show, his perfect Christmas Day and his love for Snoopy's Christmas.
Mitchell Butel has gathered a starry line-up of leading ladies to play Fanny Brice in a Sydney Symphony Orchestra concert of Funny Girl.
Just in time for Christmas, Esmeralda Tintner and Lisa Stewart perform their show for children featuring a two-violin arrangement of Tchaikovsky’s score.
Rock 'n' Soul with plenty of raw, heart-breaking emotion.
A rainbow will appear on the Sydney Opera House sails tonight to mark the historic moment.
Turning their back briefly on opera, The Strange Bedfellows are back with a cabaret that will definitely be more naughty than nice.
Amélie the musical is not quite as quirky as the much-loved film.
Reg Livermore, Rhoda Roberts and Carrillo Gantner are among the recipients of Centenary lifetime achievement awards.
One of the participants in SDC's choreographer development initiative tells us about his work, which uses music by Rachmaninov and Prokofiev.
Joyce Morgan and John Shand will share the role of SMH theatre critic following Jason Blake's departure.
Concerned that Jason and Elissa Blake's new online arts platform Audrey Journal is a conflict of interest, Fairfax Media has stopped using them as contributors.