Queensland's La Boite Theatre launches its 97th season of eclectic theatre with an adaptation of a classic, two contemporary stories, one of which is brand new, and a musical.
The South Australian circus company won Outstanding Production, Outstanding Achievement in Circography and Outstanding Achievement in Design for its work The Pulse.
The six productions include the return of The Picture of Dorian Gray, a collaboration with Bangarra Dance Theatre and the STC debut of drag star Courtney Act in Noël Coward's Blithe Spirit.
Clare Watson’s final season as Artistic Director of Black Swan is built around kin, connection and family, with a strong local flavour across its seven productions.
New funding aims to provide certainty for arts organisations and individuals now and over the next couple of years.
The 2022 Belvoir season includes six new works including stage adaptations of Looking for Albrandi and Opening Night, and the new play from the team behind the award-winning Counting and Cracking.
Mitchell Butel enters his third year as Artistic director of STCSA with a profound sense of gratitude and a 2022 season that honours fortitude, resilience and community.
The Isklander trilogy are immersive, intriguing online puzzle games – even if clues are dropped rather too frequently.
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 musical Girl from the North Country, featuring around 20 songs by Bob Dylan, will open at Sydney's refurbished Theatre Royal in January.
This highly entertaining, accessible new family opera, performed in the Noongar language with surtitles, deserves further performances and exposure.
A special staged reading of Tony Kushner’s Homebody/Kabul is taking place this weekend, to raise funds for on-the-ground charities in Afghanistan.
Opera Australia has announced that the 2022 Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour will be The Phantom of the Opera, while a new event called Opera on Cockatoo Island will begin with Carmen.