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Alan Ayckbourn's trilogy can be seen in any order and is delivered with biting wit that's always a knife edge away from tragedy... [Read More]
The Tehran-born Melbourne artist's confronting photography puts people on the margins in the centre of the frame... [Read More]
Cast rallies after star singer Stuart Skelton suffers pollen allergies during opera... [Read More]
In Opera Australia's production, Eva Perón wins over a nation with a Christian Dior dress and steely determination, and a killer ballad steals the show... [Read More]
He's a footnote in history next to his famous near-namesake, but one theatre company reminds us of the real-life boy... [Read More]
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The country's performing arts funding model favors a group of established organizations at the expense of newcomers. Critics say this stifles innovation. [Read More]
Upstairs Theatre, BelvoirGay's Calamity is deeply uncomfortable with femininity in a show in which the men are adequate and the women shine... [Read More]
Society is obsessed with happily ever afters, and it's not just on reality TV shows that walking out alone makes you a loser... [Read More]
Mike Parr has been entombed in a steel box under a busy road in the Australian state of Tasmania since Thursday. Here's why he did... [Read More]
In a nod to Aboriginal history, the artist Mike Parr will spend 72 hours entombed under a road in Hobart, Tasmania. [Read More]
In "The Shepherd's Hut," Tim Winton finds poetry and beauty in the country's interior saltlands and in a young teenager hardened by life. [Read More]
Bruce Pascoe and Stephen Page tell how a joking remark led to Bangarra's latest production... [Read More]
Young girls who presented to hospital literally choking from the trauma of September 11 have been given voice in a startling Australian production... [Read More]
The female experience of disease is at the heart of an extraordinary and moving show... [Read More]
Australia's funniest national treasure utterly unafraid to take the piss out of everyone... [Read More]
His books are wildly popular among young readers in Australia, Europe and the United States, where a new one hits stores March 13. [Read More]
Director Barrie Kosky's wild, grotesque, frenzied production resembles a cross between Mr Bean and the Hunger Games... [Read More]
Lale was a tattooist at Auschwitz in 1942 when he fell in love with another Jewish prisoner, Gita. After she died in 2003 he decided... [Read More]
Soon to be ninth chief of his Torres Strait islander tribe, Bani brings his family on stage to keep his culture — and our laughs... [Read More]
Carriageworks, SydneyWorld premiere at Sydney festival contains moments of startling beauty but lacks purpose... [Read More]
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