How playwrights test themselves against the world
Playwright Alana Valentine on the power of theatre, the importance of community and testing yourself creatively.
Exit interview: Robert Love, Riverside Theatres
After 20 years at Riverside Theatres Parramatta, Love reflects on his career and considers his future.
Rebuilding the performing arts: an economist weighs in
One of Australia's best economics brains looks at the good and bad news for the arts as a keynote at…
Festival review: Pop Up North Queensland (PUNQ 2021), Townsville and surrounding regional towns
The festival's third iteration is the most ambitious yet in this sprawling and collaborative venture across the region.
20 year milestone shows independent theatre's struggle
An independent remount of a work first staged 20 years ago reveals struggles faced by artists since then.
Opportunities and Awards Wrap
Call outs for the Helen Anne Bell Award for Women Poets, National Arts and Disability Awards, Australian Cultural Diplomacy Grants…
Theatre review: Durkh a Modne Gloz, Kadimah Yiddish Theatre, Melbourne
An engaging fusion of Yiddish poems and cabaret, but the experiment didn't always work.
Federal Government injects further $35M; Support Act relief extended to all performing arts
Additional funding for Support Act and the Sustainability Fund hopes to keep the live performance sector afloat.
Theatre review: York, Black Swan State Theatre Company, WA
An innovative, dualistic technique that sees the past bleed into the present in this story about massacre on Country.
Theatre review: My Brilliant Career, La Mama Theatre, Melbourne
A new production underscores the enduring relevancy of this classic novel.