The 2024 Adelaide Festival will open with a specially commissioned work from Stephen Page – his first since leaving Bangarra Dance Theatre.
Jane Albert is a Sydney-based arts writer who has spent two decades covering theatre, dance, the visual arts, music and film for publications including The Weekend Australian, the Australian Financial Review, Good Weekend, Broadsheet (Sydney) and Vogue Australia.
Articles by Jane Albert
Joanna Murray-Smith's new play ponders the days, months and years leading up to Julia Gillard’s ‘misogyny speech'.
Meet Suzie Miller, the lawyer-turned-playwright, whose projects include a Broadway run of Prima Facie and a new play about Ruth Bader Ginsburg at Sydney Theatre Company.
Bringing Trent Dalton’s best-selling novel to life in the theatre.
How Sally Sara’s debut play Stop Girl, now playing at Belvoir St Theatre, became a lifeline after decades in war zones.
Leading playwrights and directors talk about how to honour the original book, while breathing new life into it for the theatre.