Theatre review: How Do I Let You Die?, Arts House
Michele Lee’s autobiographical tale of Hmong parents, death and ghosts raises intriguing questions, which resonate with the migrant experience.
Theatre review: The Seagull, Roslyn Packer Theatre
A contemporary version of Chekhov's famous play shows 'The Seagull' has lost none of its relevance.
Theatre review: Vampire Lesbians of Sodom, fortyfivedownstairs
A night of queer spectacle jam-packed with laughs and all things camp.
Performance review: A Christmas Carol, Comedy Theatre
'A Christmas Carol' returns after a triumphant run last year, this time with Owen Teale as Scrooge.
Me and my mentor: Fiona Jury and Robin Baker
Working together to build skill, musicality and, above all, confidence, these two music teachers explain their mentoring process.
So you want my arts job: physical comedy and clown teacher
Drawing from over 20 years' experience, Clare Bartholomew divulges what it means to be a physical comedy and clown teacher.
Upskilling by responding to young people’s needs
Propel Youth Arts WA’s dedicated professional development program, PIVOT, returns with a fresh outlook drawing on past learnings.
Powerful collaboration drives dance residency
First Collective Residencies by Australasian Dance Collective and BlakDance will run for two years with eight First Nations resident choreographers.
Theatre Review: Dirty Birds, Heath Ledger Theatre, WA
'Dirty Birds' explores the off-centre symmetry of sisterhood in a context of anxious absurdity.
Music review: Chopin and the Mendelssohns, Adelaide Town Hall
The Australian Chamber Orchestra made fine music with pianist Polina Leschenko.