Australian theatre producer Ross Mollison has found success in selling snow to North America during winter. His hit production SLAVA’S SNOWSHOW last week smashed the Off-Broadway Box Office record for takings in one week.

Cor FuhlerAustralia’s largest festival of experimental music and film returns to Sydney this January with a mind-blowing line up of master improvisers, installation artists and sonic wizards from around Australia and around the globe.

NIDA Graduate and Sydney Theatre Award nominee Saskia Smith has been cast to play 'Yitzhak', the oppressed former drag queen opposite fellow ARIA and Sydney Theatre Award nominee iOTA in the return season of Hedwig And The Angry Inch.

NIDA’s Kensington state-of-the-art complex of four theatres has been re-named Parade Theatres, inspired by the name of the original Parade Theatre which stood on the Anzac Parade site and acknowledging NIDA’s long standing connection to the ‘Parade’, in name and in place.

Raw Comedy 2007The Melbourne International Comedy Festival, with the support of triple j is calling for entries for the 2007 RAW Comedy competition. Undiscovered comic geniuses have only a matter of weeks to sign themselves up for heats in their area, which begin early January 2007.

The Beck's Verandah has become a much-loved summer tradition in Perth. This custom-built concert venue sits on the ‘verandah' of the Perth Concert Hall at the Festival Village.

Over 23 extraordinary nights punters can see the world's best music, comedy and cabaret under the stars overlooking the Swan River on Australia's most spectacular Verandah.

Melbourne International Arts Festival Board is delighted to announce Kristy Edmunds has accepted the position of Artistic Director for the 2008 Melbourne International Arts Festival.

The judges for the Pratt Prize 2006, in place of presenting the award this year, have decided to commission two of the six finalists to create new musicals.
 
Jeanne Pratt AC announced today that although the judges recognised the talents of the composers and writers whose six musicals were short-listed, no single musical had the potential to be an outstanding success.

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