Blue Cow Theatre to take its final bow
Lacking secure government support, the Hobart-based Blue Cow has decided to bow out on its own terms.
RISING announces mass participatory project for its 2024 festival
The first event for next year’s winter festival RISING will see audiences become the artists in a major participatory experience.
Opera review: Aida, QPAC
Musically first-rate and impressively sung, Verdi’s 'Aida' rises above the idiosyncrasies of this 21st century production.
Equipping Asia Pacific arts leaders with critical skills
What can Asia Pacific arts leaders learn from each other regarding some of the most critical skills needed in the…
What’s in store for season 2024 in the performing arts (part four)
From state theatres and ballet companies to a brand new play by Patricia Cornelius, here are more potential highlights for…
Opportunities and awards
K11 Art Foundation launches international prize for emerging Asian artists, plus UNSW Book Idea of the Year winner, National Arts…
30 years of Indigenous storytelling with depth and generosity
Yirra Yaakin Theatre Company marks three decades of sharing Indigenous stories with the world.
Music reviews: Taylor Made and Summer Camp Festival, ALWAYS LIVE Festival
As 'Taylor Made' and 'Summer Camp Festival' proves, live music is back.
Musical Review: Chicago, Crown Theatre, WA
One of the longest running musicals on Broadway is returning to tour Australia, first stop Perth.
Performance review: 35mm, Flight Path Theatre
Little Triangle's latest production is musical theatre inspired by photography.