Arthur Miller’s 1950s morality play gets a stunning (and thoroughly modern) makeover.
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The great Australian actor will appear in Eamon Flack’s upcoming Chekhov production.
Andrew Upton manages to make Beckett his own in this darkly comic take on the apocalypse.
Hugo Weaving talks about his ‘love affair’ with one of the 20th century’s knottiest writers. Continue reading Get unlimited digital access from $3 per month Subscribe Already a subscriber? Log in
The indomitable Miriam Margolyes is the archetype Grande Dame, oozing charm and wit.
Writer-Director Anne-Louise Sarks reveals why she’s brought Elektra into the 21st Century.
Beautiful acting trumps gore and gunshots in this update of a greek classic.
SLAM campaigners and playwright Lally Katz also share in $150,000 fund.
The redevelopment of the Adelaide Festival precinct will take place over the next five years.
A challenging ode to James Joyce, that’s an impressive feat of memory and physicality.
Three of Beckett's best short dramas leave a lasting impression.
Mike Baird promises multi-million dollar refurbishment that will transform Sydney’s arts hub.