A brand new musical and the return of plays thwarted by COVID, not to mention a new home, make for a season of love and reunion for Bell Shakespeare.
With international borders still closed, the festival is celebrating the diversity of the local scene in its tenth year.
Six world premieres and a tour of regional NSW feature in a season that combines brand new programs with shows postponed from 2021.
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.
An accidental head injury fells the great Slovak coloratura, whose career spanned more than 50 years.
For its 2022 season the Australian Chamber Orchestra announces a new era as it moves to its new home at Pier 2/3 in Sydney's Walsh Bay Arts Precinct.
ABC Classic dominates the Classical category once again, while Earshift Music receives three nominations in Jazz and World Music.
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.
The nomination for Best Initiative to Support Diversity and Inclusion in Music is part of the Music Cities Awards.
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.
SCO's Autumn Digital Season features three eclectic concerts, with works from comtemporary composers alongside classics of the repertoire.