The outspoken and award-winning playwright reveals why she isn't afraid to tell the truth about Australia.
Shadow Arts Minister pledges to undo $105 million of Abbott-Turnbull Government cuts to arts spending.
★★★★½ Razor-sharp revival of B-movie musical is about as good as it gets.
15 young Australians are set to hit the stage at the World Festival of Theatre for Children in Canada at the beginning of June.
The Oscar-winning Australian actress will be an official representative of the United Nations around the world. Continue reading Get unlimited digital access from $4 per month Subscribe Already a subscriber? Log in
A British study has called into question the positive role of the arts in modern society.
QTC celebrates Shakespeare's 400-year legacy by reimagining his classic comedy.
Four hours in a theatre is one of our Editor’s not-so-secret pleasures. But is this becoming an impossible ask for many?
Zubin Mehta, an outspoken genius among conductors, shares his astonishing life story.
Two of Australia’s best credentialed directors will join Melbourne Theatre Company from January 2017.
A confronting but deeply expressive study of life on the lowest rungs of the socio-economic ladder.
We know what Shakespeare gave to the stage, but music has also thrived on slices of the Bard.
Kip Williams is a directorial mastermind, but an inconsistent adaptation lets Strindberg down.