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Theatre review: Hercules

A modern lens dismantling of the myth-making behind the heroic figure of Hercules.

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Preserving the memory of Australia’s performing arts heritage

Did you know Australia’s oldest surviving printed document is a theatre playbill? These and other treasures are now showing in…

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Musical review: Driftwood

A story of creativity, family and resilience that revolves about Jewish identity and diaspora.

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Why classic cabaret still resonates

The 1930s remains a source of fascination for contemporary artists – why does the era keep drawing us back?

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Opportunities and awards wrap

2024 Adelaide Biennale calls for curators plus winners at Australian Women in Music Awards and finalists of multiple book prizes…

two indigenous actors (Kylie Doomadgee and Rachael Maza) on stage, one is speaking into a microphone, backgrounded by screens showing Indigenous people holding microphones
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First Nations arts leaders find hope in election result

The new Labor government's opening statements offer hopeful signs for two First Nations arts leaders.

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Theatre review: HOW TO LIVE, (After you Die), Lynette Wallworth

A monologue about traversing religion, cults and conspiracies.

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Northern Beaches artists open their doors

Creative Open, a new annual event, invites you to discover the vitality of the Northern Beaches’ artistic community.

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Theatre review: King Lear Monster Show!

A dystopian future reimagined through Shakespeare’s immortal work offers a grim and disturbing world that is all too real.

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Theatre review: The Return

A suspenseful and powerful new work about the repatriation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander remains.

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