Theatre review: AutoCannibal, Darwin Festival
Physical theatre meets the end of the world in this playfully abject one-man show.
New regional theatre gets $3.3M green light
The Borderville Studio Theatre will expand the Flying Fruit Fly Circus’ existing headquarters with a custom-built performance space for circus…
Soar with a course that catapults you from crash mat to the stage
At NICA, students not only hone their physical skills but are connected with international professionals and real-life opportunities so they…
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…
Circa expands into Cairns with new First Nations ensemble
The Brisbane-based circus company is expanding from Meanjin to the Gimuy Walabura Yidinii, Yirrganydji Country, with a new, First Nations-led…
Circus review: Carnival of the Animals
The return of Circa’s Carnival of the Animals offers continuing joy and delight, with an added and most enjoyable twist.
Can Australian circus bounce back from pandemic disruption?
How will our medium-sized circus companies maintain international presence and profile post-COVID?
First Nations circus launches new development program
Na Djinang Circus's Making Space program will offer two First Nations artists six weeks of paid professional development.
Circus review: Interloper
A big-hearted, sweaty celebration of human connection.
Why a would-be art critic ran away to join the circus
Circus artist Ciara Thorburn explains how training at the National Institute of Circus Arts (NICA) helped her find her inner…