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How a life at NIDA helped shape Australian talent

In his new memoir, An Eye for Talent: A Life at NIDA, former Director John Clark remembers the institution and…

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Can NFTs ‘do good’ for theatre?

Turns out one NFT community has a $10M funding pool, and here is how Spare Parts Puppet Theatre is making…

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What should a new Australian anthem sound like?

And what has table tennis got to do with it? Hip hop artist DENNI teamed up with puppet company Terrapin…

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Vale Peter Brook, an ever innovative director

Paul Rae explores the enduring but complex legacy of British theatre director Peter Brook, who died on Saturday, aged 97.

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How the arts excel at communicating big ideas

The distinctions between law and justice are explored in a new Street Theatre production inspired by the capture of drug…

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Long term COVID impacts beset sector

The cumulative impact of repeated cancellations and lost work opportunities will affect the sector for years to come.

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Theatre provides critical platform for youth resistance

Two theatre works stand out to amplify the voices of young people and share how they want to shape the…

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How to make your tour greener

A new toolkit will help performing arts companies reduce the environmental impact of their tours.

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Why is confessional theatre so hot right now?

Is a recent wave of confessional-style theatre revealing defining themes of our times?

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How are commercial shows faring post-COVID?

While stadium gigs and major musicals have returned, show business must jump hurdles to bring us the biggest names in…

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