This funny, honest, heartwarming farewell by the late Aidan Fennessy celebrates togetherness through song.
Jodie Comer is riveting in the West End debut of Suzie Miller's bracing one-woman #MeToo monologue.
A merry band of young theatremakers breathes new joy into one of Shakespeare's zippiest comedies.
The Queensland director comes full circle to lead La Boite into its second century.
The new digital archive features the first dedicated library of Australian operas and is accessible to the public.
Elena Carapetis writes about her updated Antigone, and the modern-day warriors that continue to be ignored by the powerful.
The noise of the city is an assault on the ears, says the aurally sensitive Guy Noble. But a beautiful voice is another matter.
Julian Meyrick explores the relationship between our national drama and our national life in his new book, and wishes more politicians, political economists and political journalists went to the theatre.
We explore portraits of pianist Simon Tedeschi, how opera singer Anna Dowsley is building a career on two continents, the life of Arrigo Boito and our fascination with The Devil, the incredible life of pianist Ruth Slenczynska, and plenty more.
This month’s concert highlights from ABC Classic, independent radio and streaming.
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The editors of Limelight share their selection of the most exciting classical music, opera and theatre events coming soon.