44 productions have been nominated across 28 categories, after two extraordinarily challenging years for the industry.
When he was approached by Bob Dylan's people to pitch to use the singer-songwriter’s music to create a work, Irish playwright Conor McPherson knew it had to be set in Dylan's hometown during the Depression.
Christopher Wheeldon uses Gershwin’s fascinating rhythms to reunite ballet and Broadway.
The versatile entertainer is thrilled to be in Jagged Little Pill – a show that she says “feels like a sign of the times” as Rent was when she made her musical theatre debut in 1998.
Low on laughs, this intentionally farcical musical-meets-cabaret is lost at sea.
This recital, which extended beyond opera and lieder to include musical theatre and Australian standards, was rapturously received.
198 recipients will share in $9.37 million in funding, which the NSW government claims will "deliver record arts and cultural activity across NSW".
Olivia Ansell's first Sydney Festival includes stunning installations, music in boatsheds and at The Cutaway in Bangaraoo, musicals, outdoor theatre, a strong dance component and more.
Artistic Director Mark Kilmurry has announced the Ensemble’s 2022 season, featuring six new Australian works, a modern classic and an adaptation of Dickens’ A Christmas Carol.
After two long and agonising years, it's time to play the music and light the lights in Melbourne tonight.
The Little Red Company managed to thrive during COVID and has now landed multiyear funding. Poised to revive two of its popular shows, it has a new production planned for its tenth anniversary in 2022.
Standing Committee on Communications and the Arts proposes post-COVID roadmap while reports reveal enormous impact of the pandemic.
Dean Bryant directs yet another sensational production for the Hayes Theatre Co with a brilliantly staged, moving version of Sondheim's musical.