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.
Indie arts spaces defy COVID gloom
From Canberra to East Gippsland, the indie theatre sector shows no sign of calling it quits.
Omicron hits the performing arts
As the Omicron variant spreads, major performing arts productions are struggling with cast outbreaks and hesitant audiences.
Theatres band together on no vax no entry
A group of Sydney theatres has decided on their own COVID policies in the interest of safety.
Theatres opened, threatened and revealed
As one theatre reopens, others are under threat. Elsewhere, plans for the country’s biggest regional arts centre are revealed.