The Israeli contemporary dance company is returning to Australia after 23 years to perform at the Sydney Opera House. Continue reading Get unlimited digital access from $3 per month Subscribe Already a subscriber? Log in
Jo Litson is the Editor of Limelight Magazine. She took up the position in late 2018 having joined the magazine as Deputy Editor in 2016. During a 35-year career as an arts journalist she has been a contributor to numerous publications including Limelight, The Australian, The Bulletin, and the Qantas magazine. She was the arts writer and theatre reviewer for The Sunday Telegraph for 12 years until 2018, and has written the labels for the Archibald Prize for the Art Gallery of New South Wales for over 20 years.
Articles by Jo Litson
Marina Prior, Helen Morse and John Bell star in a line-up ranging from oddball comedies to dark, demented dramas.
After success off-Broadway and in the UK, a rollicking Australian musical about Bill Clinton is opening in Perth. Continue reading Get unlimited digital access from $3 per month Subscribe Already a subscriber? Log in
Opera Australia and the Australian Ballet have slammed the NSW Government for a lack of offered compensation.
★★★½☆ Stage adaptation is faithful to John Cleese’s sitcom if not quite as funny.
★★★½☆ Putting disability on the record in a gently provocative dance-theatre work Continue reading Get unlimited digital access from $3 per month Subscribe Already a subscriber? Log in
Tim Minchin’s latest musical looks set to follow in the footsteps of his hit show Matilda.
In a diverse 2017 season, cinema and Americana rub shoulders with classical masters and contemporary voices.
Tim Finn’s new musical will tour Australia in 2017 after enchanting audiences in Brisbane and Melbourne.
Carl Vine announces a “fantastic year of debuts” for the 2017 season along with the return of some audience favourites.
★★★☆☆ A theatrical song cycle delivering wonderful singing but less of the emotion.
The Board of Sydney’s “Young Artist’s opera company” has taken the decision to close the organisation by the end of the year.
British choreographer’s explosive dance-theatre work inspired by William Golding’s novel makes its Australian debut in 2017.