Hugo Weaving and Richard Roxburgh set to thrill the Brits in 2015.
Bill Nighy is all shambolic charm in David Hare’s gripping drama.
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Henrik Ibsen’s claustrophobic classic still fresh and controversial.
Greek drama’s seldom felt so modern as London’s National Theatre hits the big screen.
New work and re-imaginings (oh, and Robyn Nevin in Mother Courage) characterise Belvoir’s 2015 season.
In his second year as sole Artistic Director, Andrew Upton assembles impressive collection of works and Australian talent.
Theatre company’s unorthodox trilogy to be its most ambitious program yet.
A private invitation into the mind of the world’s most influential diva.
Charlie Chaplin’s talented grandson will bring his latest show, Tabac Rouge, to Australia next year.
Melbourne Ring and Sydney Theatre Company win big while Sweet Charity slays the giants.
Contemporary adaptation of Emile Zola’s Thérèse Raquin will reinvigorate the work, almost 150 years after it was written.
Bell Shakespeare and the ACO breathe life into the musings of Janáček, Smetana, and Mozart.