Theatre review: Touching the Void, MTC
Facing the wrath of implacable nature one timorous step at a time.
Theatre review: Worship – Memento Vivere, Fringe World
A haunting variety show celebrating life in a time of crisis.
Theatre review: Into the Woods, Meat Market
The late Stephen Sondheim's beloved fairytale mash-up musical receives an uneven production.
Theatre review: Lizzie, Hayes Theatre
A queer retelling of the notorious true-crime case in small town America in 1892.
Playing a part beyond allyship with Black Brass
By recentring the African experience in an Australian context, this production suggests new models of participation and reciprocity.
Theatre review: Whitenoise: 12 ghosts, Theatre Works
A solo show exploring ghosts of past injustices.
Theatre review: The Kaye Hole, QPAC
A spicy variety cabaret show of excess and spectacle.
Theatre review: Six: The Musical, Sydney Opera House
Not for historical purists, this musical is more an ode to sisterhood.
Flexible thinking replaces old subscription models
The pandemic has forced new ways of thinking, including new approaches to subscriptions and seasons.
Safety first at festival time like no other
Insights from producers at Sydney Festival and Mona Foma reflect the fortitude required to stage works during Omicron.