Adelaide will be illuminated in a new winter festival featuring an innovative program of music, art, light and technology.
Steve Dow is a Melbourne-born, Sydney-based arts writer who covers stage screen, music and visual arts. His work appears regularly in The Saturday Paper, Guardian Australia, Audrey Journal, The Sydney Morning Herald, and Art Guide Australia as well as in Limelight.
Articles by Steve Dow
Back in Perth for the first time in a year, the maestro shares the challenges and triumphs of conducting opera productions and orchestras across a world in the grip of a global pandemic.
Steve Dow explores the history of Adelaide's Her Majesty's Theatre and its latest renovation, which fuses the old and the new.
Ahead of his Australian debut as Oberon at the Adelaide Festival, the Brooklyn-born countertenor talks to Limelight about faith, politics, and how a raffle ticket changed his life.
Honesty and anecdotes illuminate a life beyond Blue Heelers.
Della Rae Morrison and Barry McGuire discuss the concert which will blend Noongar music with works by Sibelius, Stravinsky and Copland, and the festival's strong Indigenous component.
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.
Jansson J. Antmann, Steve Dow, Deborah Jones and Ian Whitney analyse this year’s offerings in theatres and concert halls.
The eight plays include the highly anticipated adaptation of Boy Swallows Universe, The Taming of the Shrew directed by Damien Ryan, and Sheridan Harbridge reprising her stunning turn in Prima Facie.
Catch up on what's been in the Limelight with the top arts stories to recently make headlines.
The Morrison Government has thumbed its nose at Australia’s arts and creative industries, while its support package announced in June has yet to come to fruition for any arts organisation.
OA is accused of "dropping a hand grenade" into the Opera Australia Orchestra by one of the 16 dumped musicians, while CEO Rory Jeffes responds to their accusations.
Funded by the venue's donors, partners and contractors, New Work Now will commission a broad range of work from companies including Sydney Chamber Opera and the Indigenous World Art Orchestra.