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L-R: Project Alchemy artist Sue Norman and Colleen Weir, collaborators on 'Nye River of Life'. Norman has short grey hair and she is holding up the cover of her book, featuring rows of different colours. Weir is speaking and gesturing towards the book. They are booth sitting down behind a table covered with black cloth.

Making space for collective healing through the regions

Rebus Theatre brought together 15 artists to embark on collective journeys to help heal bushfire-devastated communities.

Two women sit in chairs on a bare stage facing one another. A man stands between them with a boom microphone.

Back to Back receives 2024 Golden Lion Award for theatre

Venice Biennale has presented its Golden Lion Award for Lifetime Achievement in Theatre to the internationally acclaimed Australian company.

Seven figures are submerged in a pool. They are all lined up in one lane looking towards the side of the pool.

Performance review: The Pool, Perth Festival

A site-specific location makes this poolside production an innovative treat.

An Asian woman in her late 40s covered in dry flowers and gold glitter. She is holding an orchid branch with pink blossoms and smiling. The background appears to be an artwork with pink, white and gold abstract strokes.

Opportunities and awards

Workshops for creatives and LGBTQIA+ communities, comedy festival grant recipients, finalists of the Glover Prize and more!

Benjamin Millepied's 'Romeo & Juliet' with female-female, male-male, and female-male couples. Photo: Josh Rose. Two female performers balance with holding hands with each other. They appear to be on a tall platform outdoors, overlooking a city scape and blue sky.

Rediscovering Romeo & Juliet through universal love

Benjamin Millepied and L.A. Dance Projects bring a twist to 'Romeo & Juliet', giving it cinematic elements and same-sex couples.

Alexander Gavrylyuk seated at a piano in concert.

Music review: Majesty, Adelaide Town Hall

A sell-out performance of Tchaikovsky’s magnificent Piano Concerto No 1, Musgrave's Rainbow and Mendelssohn's Scottish Symphony.

Mutiara, Marrugeku. Perth Festival. A dancer in silhouette in front of a curtain of ropes.

Dance review: Mutiara, Perth Festival

Dance storytelling inspired by Broome’s pearling industry.

The Toorak Synagogue is Melbourne's latest new music venue.

New music venue to host classical concerts with a twist

The Toorak Synagogue will host non-traditional classical concerts in 2024.

A fire destroys a new circus venuee.

Circus venue devastated by fire

Barely a year after opening, Brisbane's newest circus venue has been rendered completely out of order.

Members of First Nations music duo, Gina Williams (left) and Guy Ghouse (right). Williams is a woman with long brown and blonde hair, light brown skin, a big smile and wearing a red dress with the same coloured scarf. Ghouse is a tall man with light brown skin, wearing a newsboy hat and holding a black electronic guitar, wearing a black shirt and smiling.

A tremendous opportunity to showcase WA talents to the world

Perth will be hosting the 2024 International Society for the Performing Arts mid-year Congress, with performance showcases for delegates and…

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