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Laughter and intensity are blended in the third part of Neil Simon's trilogy.
MTC’s take on Shakespeare’s tale of desire, love and disguise has a stellar cast but is worth going to for the music alone.
David Marr’s anthology, My Country, burns the names of those who fall under his crosshairs into their political headstones.
The familiar awfulness of Australian politics is clearly a curse but the familiarity of the revue itself is a mixed blessing.
International arts tourism has grown at a higher rate than overall international tourism over the last five years, according to a new report.
Yirra Yaakin's Artistic Director steps down, MELT: Festival of Queer Arts and Culture appoints Guest Director, and more.
Nicole Welch bypassed Sydney, moving from London to Bathurst. Fourteen years on, she talks about the changes and the challenges for an artist living regionally.
Change can be irresistible but it is never inevitable, unless it can be anchored by institutions. Hence the Screen Diversity and Inclusion Network.
In the lead up to the Victorian state election on 24 November, the Shadow Minister for the Arts and Culture puts forward her vision for growing the state’s creative industries.
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From pesky foreigner to cultural hero, Bernard Bories has followed his heart and honoured the Australian screen sector. Now the love is official.
An experience that is quite different to the previous two Star Wars exhibitions at the Powerhouse.
New program announcements, annual reports demonstrate the arts matter, 11 million visitors, education initiatives and more in this week's wrap of arts news.
How do you grow an international audience for two larrikins and their daggy backyard humour? Valleyarm MD Mark Ashbridge talks channel management, IP protection and monetisation as we take notes.
Opening night was musically magnificent thanks to a talented local cast bolstered by two splendid German imports and Orchestra Victoria, filling the State Theatre pit’s expanded Wagnerian configuration.
Static mainstream as Shoplifters arrives to delight the tragics and One Cut of the Dead opens the Japanese Film Fest in Melbourne and Sydney.
For her outstanding contribution to Australian literature, cultural and intellectual life, Alison Lester has been awarded the Melbourne Prize for Literature 2018.
Elena Ferrante's lush literary adaptation, an Australian documentary streaming service and some deep-digging true crime podcasts. Another eclectic selection from our headquarters.
Playing at Belvoir, this new production of Strindberg’s 1900 classic play, is an increasingly macabre waltz steeped in the chant and repetitions of sacrificial slaughter.
Social media attack or real concerns? ArtsHub examines this week’s news of BOAA’s alleged financial mismanagement, which has resulted in delayed artist payments.
Screen Forever adds a strand to the program about creative duos which focuses (gasp!) on the human stuff behind the puff.
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