Natasha May

She’s only 19 but this Natasha May from Tennant Creek is about to make her debut splash in Melbourne this weekend as part of Finucane & Smith's Glory Box La Revolucion.

Hello Dolly

The concept of ‘a moment’ is a popular one with lyricists. Mr Sondheim loves them as we know, and on Friday night it was lovely to rediscover Jerry Herman and Michael Stewarts reminder that “It only takes a moment to be loved your whole life long”.

Emily Tomlins

Emily Tomlins is one of the many talented young artists who make Melbourne their home and she is excited that a mainstream company such as the Melbourne Theatre Company (MTC) is offering support to independents like her through their NEON program, now in its third year.

Iain Sinclair

Of Mice and Men, the oft-studied, and highly polarizing classic of American literature is taking to the Seymour Centre stage in July. Brenton Amies speaks to director Iain Sinclair about the trials and tribulations of bringing a classic to the stage.

Patrice Tipoki

Jan Chandler recently had the opportunity of speaking with singer Patrice Tipoki whose career to date has included musical theatre, numerous gigs, and two years as a member of pop group Girlband.

Ben Pobjie

By the average person's standards, Ben Pobjie is doing quite well. He has performed comedy shows at several comedy festivals, is a newspaper columnist, a frequent guest on national radio and is the author of three – three – books. Some guy called The Bedroom Philosopher even once described him as “Probably the funniest person in Australia.”

Most read reviews

Synthony and Brisbane Philharmonic Orchestra

I have seen classic, contemporary and experimental takes on orchestra, as I am sure many others have too – but I doubt many have seen something quite as grandiose and extravagant as the wild ride that Synthony takes you on.

Rainbow’s End | Darlinghurst Theatre Company and Moogahlin Performing Arts

The pot of gold at the end of the rainbow has been a long time coming for the First Nations people of Australia.

Bangalow Music Festival 2019

The Bangalow Music Festival, jewel of the classical music calendar of the Northern Rivers of NSW, has just had its 18th incarnation.

Roald Dahl’s Revolting Rhymes & Dirty Beasts | shake and stir theatre co

Cleverly written and adapted from the Dahl poems, the show was slick and silly, funny and furiously paced throughout.

Australian Realness | Malthouse Theatre

Australian Realness is a strange, illusory and disparate production with moments of brilliance and instances that baffle. It is surreal.

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