The independent dance production Petrushka, Black Swan State Theatre Company of WA and WA Opera take home the gongs.
Through the experiences of three very different women, playwright Patricia Cornelius explores football’s sinister underbelly of sexual misconduct.
Bell Shakespeare's latest Tweflth Night is easy to immerse yourself in, though sticking with it proves more challenging than it should.
Shelagh Stephenson’s play collected an Olivier Award for Best Comedy but don’t expect to come out with your cheeks damp solely from tears of laughter.
Spectacular dance from Brazil, a Puccini opera staged on a lightship and a mini-festival of engagements with JS Bach among the highlights of SF 2024.
Iain Grandage delivers his final Perth Festival as Artistic Director, one set to warm hearts and minds.
The new $20,000 award recognises the hard graft put in by mid-career writers whose pathways are made harder by a lack of industry support.
“Old friends” top the bill at Ruth Mackenzie's inaugural festival, but the Artistic Director wants buy-in from the state’s youngest.
Taylor Mac's "opera-concert-song-cycle-musical-performance-art-piece-play" is all of those things – and none of them.
Spectacle, intensity and high drama abound in Shake & Stir's ambitious adaptation of Mary Shelley's classic novel.
A new 630-seat stage built into the rear of the existing Sydney Lyric aims to fill a longstanding gap in the city’s theatre infrastructure.
Much-loved Australian actor Sigrid Thornton talks playing Irina Arkadina in The Seagull, and why risk-taking has become part of her makeup.
Flagging spoilers, Elise Esther Hearst opens up about A Very Jewish Christmas Carol.