Theatre review: City of Gold
Indigenous grief and identity at the forefront of this explosive show.
Greening the arts through collective action
Liv Satchell and Christian Taylor discuss the importance of sustainability plans and environmental awareness when creating new indie theatre productions.
Theatre review: Toast
Siblings bicker, reminisce and unite in the wake of loss.
Theatre review: Twelfth Night
The non-binary nature of human love is explored in Shakespeare's classic play.
Theatre review: Law and Order: PTV
An all-singing all-dancing troupe of Public Transport Inspectors enforce law and order on the fine citizens of Melbourne.
Theatre review: Cathedral
Looking for the light in the dark depths of a flooded cavern.
Long term COVID impacts beset sector
The cumulative impact of repeated cancellations and lost work opportunities will affect the sector for years to come.
Theatre review: The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui
This version of Brecht's 1941 parable play hits contemporary notes.
Theatre review: A Midsummer Night's Dream
A 19th century depiction of one of the Bard's pastoral plays is a delightful experience.
How RISING will dance up a winter storm
Over 12 nights, the winter arts festival RISING will transform familiar parts of Melbourne into wild new worlds.