Why are climate activists glueing themselves to paintings?
Climate activists are targeting priceless art to spread their message. Here's why the seemingly absurd act is more than a…
A show to die for
Chronically ill and disabled people are already familiar with judging risks to their lives. What can they teach the performing…
Greening the arts through collective action
Liv Satchell and Christian Taylor discuss the importance of sustainability plans and environmental awareness when creating new indie theatre productions.
Patricia Cornelius on urgency and risk
A call to arms and a caution issued by Patricia Cornelius at the recent Australian Playwrights’ Festival presented by Currency…
How art connects the two most distant but closest nations on Earth
Helen Salmon, Director of British Council Australia, reflects on the role of art in uniting our two nations.
First Nations drama shaping us in the 1990s
The potency of drama in the development of our national story has been greatly under appreciated, argues Professor Julian Meyrick…
From page to stage: bringing cartoons to life
Judy Horacek describes the process of working with the Flying Fruit Fly Circus on a show inspired by her cartoons.
Acting dangerously: confessions of a transformational actor
Performing means taking risks but what about when those risks threaten your mental health?
How to get into voice acting for video games
Thinking of getting into video game voice acting? We share some key tips for beginners.
'Why are you here?' How to make theatres more welcoming
From finding the box office to seeing other faces that look like yours, accessibility is about more than bathrooms and…