Ella Caldwell, Artistic Director of Red Stich Actors' Theatre, is a woman of passion, determination and optimism.
On Friday 27 May at 6.30pm the Deakin Edge Theatre at Federation Square will host a unique performance by Melbourne Pl
Catherine Della Bosca speaks to Wayne Blair ahead of the Melbourne season of Sugarland, playing at the Arts Centre Mel
Glenn Wright, Mullum Music Festival director and Bello Winter Music Festival co-director, is ‘walking the talk’ and he
Opening this weekend, this free exhibition – Stage Presence: Design from the Australian Performing Arts Collection – i
Dear Prince, I want to start by saying thank you. Thank you for being the person you are, and thank you for giving us
The Confederation of Australian State Theatre Companies (CAST) calls on the Federal government to formally review its budget cuts to the Australia Council after today’s announcement that 62 arts organisations will be defunded after failing to secure key organisation core ...Read more
Public ceremony to honour one of Australia’s most talented creative artists to be held in Brisbane.
In celebration of the seventh World Circus Day on Saturday 16 April, Circus Oz and the City of Melbourne have brought
What “tests boundaries, explores horizons and is about having fun. Is for all people, all ages and all walks of life.
Sydney-based designer David Fleischer has been awarded The Kristian Fredrikson Scholarship for Design in the Performing
Recipients of the 33rd Green Room Awards for work presented in 2015 were announced last night. Full list of winners»
The Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) today announces the first collaborative working space for the creative
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The Elephant Man is a courageous choice for an amateur theatre company, with its multiple scenes and complex messages, and it takes a director of the experience and skill of Megan Dansie and the cast that she is able to recruit to pull it off.
Friday, 15 April 2016 | Read more
King Charles III takes the deceptively simple concept of treating the current British Royal family as though Shakespearean characters embroiled in a crisis of succession akin to those of the power struggles in any one of the Bard’s many History plays.
Thursday, 07 April 2016 | Read more
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