$5M gift secures Griffin’s future in Kings Cross
The largest philanthropic gift in Griffin Theatre Company’s history has enabled the company to purchase its home at the SBW…
Season cancelled after theatre abruptly condemned
Spare Parts Puppet Theatre’s Fremantle theatre has been condemned without warning, disrupting the company’s season, revenue and other activities.
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…
Youth arts summit aims to solve sector’s crisis
Australian Theatre for Young People's Fraser Corfield argues the next generation is being denied access to cultural riches.
Crew shortages to be addressed through accredited training program
Arts Centre Melbourne joins forces with QPAC and Stage QLD to provide industry training for the next generation of technical…
How a sideways career move aided an international tour
Belvoir’s Executive Producer Sue Donnelly discusses the company’s upcoming UK tour of epic play Counting and Cracking.
Vale Andrew Ross AM
The sector mourns the passing of a man whose impact on Australian culture was profound and enduring.
Back to Back wins international theatre award
Back to Back Theatre is the first Australian company to receive the International Ibsen Award.
Board places theatre company on ice
The Tasmanian Theatre Company's Board has paused the company's activities in order to save its cash reserves.
Playwrights gather for national festival
The inaugural Australian Playwrights’ Festival takes place in Paddington NSW next month.