Melbourne | Monday, 20 May 2013
In a recent conversation with Australian Stage’s Dione Joseph, Creative Producer of Theatre Works, Daniel Clarke, shared his thoughts and motivations for bringing to Australia the highly acclaimed production by Judith Thompson, Palace Of The En...Read more
Beethoven is so embedded in our culture; hardly a day goes by without hearing his music, even if the circumstances are
Audiences are flocking to it and critics the world over are raving about it. By all accounts, a wonderfully dramatic a
On the eve of this year’s 4MBS Festival of Classics, Gillian Wills talks to Gary Thorpe about the Festival’s beginning
Today is World Circus Day, and to celebrate, we speak to Circus Oz founding member – Tim Coldwell.
Barry Award winning duo,The Pajama Men are back in town for the Melbourne International Comedy Festival with their uni
Google "Michael Workman" and you won't find out a hell of a lot about his new comedy show Ave Loretta. In fact, interr
The Chair of The Australian Ballet, Chris Knoblanche, today announced Libby Christie is the company’s new Executive Director.Read more
In a year which boasted the largest program of events in its 27 year history, the Melbourne International Comedy Festiva
Australia’s most prestigious jazz instrumental competition, the National Jazz Awards, will put the spotlight on Australi
Queensland Symphony Orchestra has announced that Sophie Galaise has been appointed as Chief Executive Officer.
Griffin Theatre Company has announced the finalists for the 2013 Griffin Award, shortlisting new works by Donna Abela, V
The 2012 Green Room Award Recipients have just been announced. Full list of winners inside!
Lord Mayor Lisa Scaffidi welcomed Pause Fest, a unique festival featuring digital video, animations, interactive instill
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Mike Birbiglia's My Girlfriend's Boyfriend is a delightful piece of performance storytelling, taking stand-up comedy material and crafting it memorably into a larger narrative with moments of emotional depth and insight. And vomit jokes.
Saturday, 30 March 2013 | Read more
The latest blockbuster musical to hit our stage, The Addams Family, opened at Sydney’s Capitol Theatre this week, and from the moment the orchestra started up with that familiar theme, they held the audience in the palm of their dismembered hand.
Wednesday, 27 March 2013 | Read more
The world of contemporary dance can be a magnificent place for exploration of form, body, music and a new frontier in creative expression. It can also be a place where arrogance and self-indulgence are more apparent than artistic expression
Tuesday, 26 March 2013 | Read more
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