This production attempts to update the themes and speak their relevance to an Australian audience, but doesn't quite succeed.
There are a large number of musicals to look forward to this year, COVID permitting, from the well-known to the less familiar, with several new Australian musicals among them.
Colourful, quirky, energetic and fast-paced, this Comedy of Errors is an enjoyable romp for most ages.
An American in Paris has cancelled performances in Brisbane until 16 January due to COVID-related illness, as several other stage shows are forced to reschedule performances.
With its universal message that no one is only what you see, Black Brass is a joy, though more detail in the writing would help the audience care more.
Using 22 Bob Dylan songs, this play with music, set in 1934 during the Great Depression, gradually draws you into its world and leaves you filled with emotion.
44 productions have been nominated across 28 categories, after two extraordinarily challenging years for the industry.
Sport for Jove introduced itself to metropolitan Sydney audiences with As You Like It back in 2009, and this production retains the infectious charm of the first.
A NSW cabinet reshuffle sees National's Ben Franklin take over the Arts portfolio as Harwin stands down.
Arts events planned for January face an uncertain Christmas with NSW reporting record COVID case numbers.
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