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How do you get to make costumes for Hamilton?

Working behind the scenes of a theatre production can be a creative and fulfilling career. The Victorian College of the…


How RISING will dance up a winter storm

Over 12 nights, the winter arts festival RISING will transform familiar parts of Melbourne into wild new worlds.


How arts training builds confident kids

A NIDA Open short course will teach life skills that are transferable outside of the stage or studio.


Pandemic pushback by programming bold and big

Chatswood Culture Bites is a new festival-come-season that has programmed over 300 artists to help audiences re-emerge with vigour.


An historical tale of race, resistance and sporting prowess

Plays like Black Cockatoo are an important way to explore contemporary Australia, says Ensemble Theatre’s Mark Kilmurry.

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Alexander Berlage leads the return of live theatre with Mr Burns

Alexander Berlage is giving back to his alma mater, directing Anne Washburn’s darkly comic Mr Burns, a post-electric play, part…


Drama that channels outward expression and inner release

The National Theatre delivers a variety of classes for youths and adults with invaluable lessons on confidence, expression, and play.


How performance skills can aid in the workplace

Presenting online is harder than it looks, especially if public speaking already makes you nervous. A NIDA Corporate course could…


How studying Honours creates entrepreneurial artists

Applications are now open for WAAPA’s new Bachelor of Performing Arts (Honours), offered in 2022 for the first time.


How playwrights test themselves against the world

Playwright Alana Valentine on the power of theatre, the importance of community and testing yourself creatively.

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