In this month's features we talk to Barrie Kosky about The Golden Cockerel, run an extract by Leigh Sales from the book Well Hello, explore the role of music reviewers today, and examine the pleasures and perils of writing music for the screen.
Violinist, composer and dancer Eric Avery is one of the nine artists who have been awarded a two-year fellowship to help develop their creative practice.
The 20 new appointments assess applications to Create NSW Arts and Cultural Funding Program and advise on strategic directions for the sector.
Features include the return of the opera Voss, the stage adaptation of Boy Swallows Universe, avoiding one-hit wonders in new Australian music, and a profile of Global Creatures' Carmen Pavlovic as Moulin Rouge! The Musical opens in Melbourne.
John Bell investigates the quality of leadership, taking Shakespeare as his guide.
Bringing Trent Dalton’s best-selling novel to life in the theatre.
An insider’s view of one of history’s musical whitewashings.
The populist impresario’s reminiscences are entirely unputdownable.
An Aussie singing legend gets the biography she so thoroughly deserves.
At last, the book for science nerds no musical home should be without.
This book more than answers what it is that conductors do.
On the eve of a new ballet, we ask why Tolstoy’s novel still inspires so many adaptations.
A fascinating visual slice of fin de siècle Australian theatrical life.