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…
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…
'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…
Why we need online theatre after lockdown
Accessing theatre online is a post-pandemic imperative, argues playwright and performer Jamila Main.
On the future of touring
The show can’t always go on, but it can shift, pivot and be reimagined.
Playing our part: a regional perspective on the current arts crisis
NORPA’s Julian Louis calls on all levels of government to acknowledge the complexity and interconnected nature of the arts industry…
Arts sponsorship raises ethical questions
Can Perth have an ethical and sustainable Fringe Festival?
Drama cuts that hurt us all
Theatre has so much more to offer than economic benefits, argues Professor Julian Meyrick.
A cultural pathway for Adelaide
The excitement of 'Mad March' in Adelaide could last all year with clever activation of the city's infrastructure.