From ballet to Broadway: dancers learn new steps
Two dancers at The Australian Ballet are plunging headlong into the world of musical theatre.
fortyfivedownstairs plans to stick around despite development woes
The multi-arts space is threatened by a neighbouring development but has no plans to call it quits.
Festivals meet first open borders since COVID
WA’s opening up phase will coincide with its peak festival period. How are they dealing with these new horizons?
Celebrating difference through dance
Adelaide’s acclaimed Restless Dance Theatre celebrates 30 years of working with artists with and without disability.
Jane Austen: evergreen (i)con
Austen Con 21 returns with a hybrid live and digital model.
The power of play and how to bring it home
The playground may be closed with no free-roaming allowed, but small acts of play can still be achieved and are…
Why vaccine passports are the future of live performance
Masks and vaccinations have helped European theatres safely reopen, says Adelaide Festival's Rachel Healy.
Dancing about genes and climate change
A recessive gene’s potential extinction and environmental concerns have informed Dancenorth’s latest work.
10 years of bringing art into everyday lives
The Junction Arts Festival team reflect on the festival’s past, present and future at Artlands 2021.
Regional arts audiences evolve with the pandemic
Some of regional Australia's arts venues have seen visitation grow over the past 18 months, but is it true for…