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Theatre review: Six: The Musical, Sydney Opera House

Not for historical purists, this musical is more an ode to sisterhood.

The four members of the Australian String Quartet sit under a bridge holding their instruments.

Flexible thinking replaces old subscription models

The pandemic has forced new ways of thinking, including new approaches to subscriptions and seasons.

a live theatre show on stage with four performers inside a boxed set.

Safety first at festival time like no other

Insights from producers at Sydney Festival and Mona Foma reflect the fortitude required to stage works during Omicron.


Indie arts spaces defy COVID gloom

From Canberra to East Gippsland, the indie theatre sector shows no sign of calling it quits.


Theatre review: Girl from the North Country, Theatre Royal Sydney

A musical but albeit a low-key one with a murky palette and Bob Dylan's lesser known songs.


Transforming trauma into art

Three artists describe how they have transmuted personal pain into what they hope will be theatrical gold.


Theatre review: Carnival of the Animals, Spare Parts Puppet Theatre

An all-ages journey into the seriousness of life in Perth

three perfumers on stage singing under spotlights

Omicron hits the performing arts

As the Omicron variant spreads, major performing arts productions are struggling with cast outbreaks and hesitant audiences.


Theatre review: Shaun the Sheep's Circus Show

Woolly jumpers take flight for fun, sweat and cheers.


Theatre review: Eddie Perfect, Introspection, QPAC

An all-rounder entertainer performs with charm and passion.

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