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Muriel's Wedding has scooped the award pool at the Sydney Theatre Awards, picking up six awards, including Best Mainstage Musical.
Swinging Safari swung past the sun and is heading into deep space, fuelled we fear by a distaste for burning children.
In the week of the sold out premiere season’s closure, dates for a return season in 2019 are announced.
AIDC 'gets a bit scarey' as some focused resources create changes which staff really hope we understand.
Ilbijerri Theatre names new creative director; Board announced for Country Arts WA and changes at the Stella Prize.
The current campaign about power, abuse and behaviour on set is a great trigger to get the industry house in order. So, seminars..
A deal with New Regency symbolises the chance of a breakout to larger projects for See-Saw, which has always picked its partners extremely carefully.
Australians do well at Berlin, and the first two names have been confirmed, with more to come. Unless something has gone dreadfully wrong.
52 ARTISTS 52 ACTIONS is a year-long art project that uses Instagram to talk about current political and social issues, replacing fake news with art that speaks truths.
Cement Fondu is a new art space that smashes the traditional gallery model and bonds it back together in a refreshing way.
Lexus competition, Swinging Safari, The Shape of Water, Sweet Country, That's Not My Dog - diversity takes over as the grown-ups regress.
There's a lot more to this year's figures than the lightsaber menace, including a quick thought on gay films in Australia.
Only one man keeps enough data to tell the real truth about overseas Australian releases each year. Antony I. Ginnane has the figures for 2017.
Instead of playing film scores, should the classical music sector focus on more experiential and experimental works in order to reach new audiences?
Eminent and detached Charles Darwin University legal expert Ken Parish reflects on the Craig McLachlan/Dr Blake industry dilemma.
Change is afoot in the Producer Documentary program at Screen Australia, and there could be some grinding of teeth.
Continued and concerted efforts to tackle the issue of gender inequality in the music industry are required.
To grow the arts outside the major capital cities, we need to grow the community’s capacity to support and sustain artists.
They used to be quiet spaces; now they are the quiet achievers. We can all learn from libraries' successes in recalibrating for 21st century audiences.
Associated programming is a way to connect aspiring creatives with the wider theatre community.
Healthier work habits are needed in the theatre so that actors can leave roles behind them and avoid emotional hangovers once they're offstage.
Tired of big budget, big tech talk when it comes to innovation? Then start with old fashioned talking: it's proving the best cut-through for future-proofing organisations.
The rise of Asian international cinema is a huge, subtle topic. Here's a few quick stories to ponder.
Nine art prizes announced over two weeks reveal much about the psyche of our art scene.
In his 2017 Philip Parsons Lecture at Belvoir, award-winning lighting designer Nick Schlieper asks: how can we turn the anti-subsidy trend around?
As the state’s election looms, the Queensland Greens’ candidate for McConnel, Kirsten Lovejoy discusses the party’s arts policies.
AsiaLink's founding director, Alison Carroll, reflects on the challenges of seeing our own culture as equal to those of Europe and America.
Playwright Ron Elisha reflects on the personal cost of the marriage equality campaign and the specious argument of ‘the slippery slope'.
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This endearing fairy tale is beautifully interpreted in a swirling wonderment of dance and costume.
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