The season includes seven plays, five of which are Australian and four of them world premieres, as well as three cabaret shows.
Jo Litson is the Editor of Limelight Magazine. She took up the position in late 2018 having joined the magazine as Deputy Editor in 2016. During a 35-year career as an arts journalist she has been a contributor to numerous publications including Limelight, The Australian, The Bulletin, and the Qantas magazine. She was the arts writer and theatre reviewer for The Sunday Telegraph for 12 years until 2018, and has written the labels for the Archibald Prize for the Art Gallery of New South Wales for over 20 years.
Articles by Jo Litson
The program includes three classic ballets, an excerpt from Graeme Murphy's Air and Other Invisible Forces, and a new contemporary piece by Melanie Lane.
During Melbourne's COVID lockdown, the Australian tenor set to work on a new album. He has just released the first track on which he joined forces with Kanen Breen.
The Australian National Academy of Music (ANAM) has named violinist Harry Ward as the winner of the two-year program in Berlin.
Find out what's on stage and streaming online in November from Limelight editors Jo Litson, Angus McPherson and Clive Paget.
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The singer-songwriter, actor and provocateur, whose credits include the musical Matilda and the TV series Upright, discusses his new album Apart Together.
How Nicholas Harding started drawing actors from the wings.
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The first Australian-produced musical to premiere on Broadway is up for 14 awards including Best Musical, in a depleted field of nominations due to the coronavirus shut-down.
The harpist, who has just released a recording of Bach's Goldberg Variations, explains his journey from King's College Organ Scholar to harp virtuoso, and why it's important to create new repertoire for the instrument.
CEO Emma Dunch introduces the shorter than usual program, which features 19 in-demand Australian soloists and conductors, and 15 Australian world premieres from the 50 Fanfares project.