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A grey-haired man wearing a blue shirt and a dark blue suit, as well as a lanyard around his neck, smiles at the camera. He is standing on the pitch of a sports stadium and a large soundstage has been erected behind him.

Vale Garry Van Egmond

The Australian music industry titan, who toured the likes of AC/DC, Riverdance and Bette Midler, died following complications due to…

A person in an orange top manipulates two puppets - an old woman in a wicker chair and a young boy with a yellow jumper and orange hair. Wilfrid Gordon McDonald Partridge

Performance review: Wilfrid Gordon McDonald Partridge, Claremont Showground

A puppetry show that lovingly explores an intergenerational bond.

Loot. Three people on stage look down at a corpse in a coffin, a young man with a moustache, an older grey-haired man and a blonde woman in a nurse's uniform.

Theatre review: Loot, AdAstra Theatre

Given a strong production and cast, Joe Orton’s celebrated 'Loot' is as relevant today as when it was first written.

Four people lie entwined in a group, they are all wearing white or cream coloured clothes. Closer. La Boite Theatre.

Theatre review: Closer, La Boite Theatre

An enthralling tale about the contentious nature of love and lust.

Sydney Theatre Company. Into the Shimmering World. Image is a stage set of a farmhouse kitchen, set upon a platform with stairs up to it. Three of the four walls are missing and a man in farmer's clothes stands on the left of the platform with arms outstretched.

Theatre review: Into the Shimmering World, Sydney Theatre Company Wharf Theatres

The brutality of the Australian landscape is evoked to tell a story of love, loss and renewal. 

James and the Giant Peach. A man dressed in boy's shorts and shirt has two people either side turned towards him and putting their hands on him, they are dressed as insects. They are all on a stage with a big orangey red backdrop and a couple of chairs, which could be representing the inside of a peach.

Theatre review: James and the Giant Peach, QPAC

A visually splendid production that would have benefited from greater attention to the narrative.     

Whitesnake3000. A woman of Asian appearance looks at the camera from side on. She is smiling and wearing white face make-up while sucking on a green tube.

Performance Review: WHITESNAKE3000, State Theatre Centre of WA

Autobiographical dance theatre work exploring artistic, cultural and gender identity.

First Nations woman in red dress standing in gallery space with Torres Strait Island art. Gail Mabo.

In conversation: Gail Mabo on curating and legacy

Dancer cum choreographer cum artist, Gail Mabo turns her hand to curating as a way to share culture.

West Side Story by Opera Australia. A dark harbourside long shot of two young lovers - Tony and Maria - standing on metal balcony embracing, with a cityscape behind them.

Opera review: West Side Story, Sydney Harbour

A stunning revival production of Opera on the Harbour’s biggest hit musical.

GRIT. Image is four young people on a stage against a black backdrop. A man at the front has a mic and is shielding his eyes from the light with his hand. Behind him two woman are also singing into mics, while a third woman is closer to the front sitting on a seat with crossed legs and lacing her fingers around her knee.

Performance review: GRIT, Perseverance Street Studio, Queensland

Captivating songs and stories about regional towns.

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