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Jason studied theatre directing at the VCA and NIDA. He was Arts Editor of Sydney City Hub, editor of AUSTAR magazine, an online producer at Fairfax, and has reviewed theatre for The Sun-Herald (2006-2009), The Sydney Morning Herald (2009-2017), The Saturday Paper and Guardian Australia. He was co-founder/co-editor of the audreyjournal platform from 2017–22 and Publications Manager for the 2022 Sydney Film Festival.
Articles by Jason Blake
After two COVID-induced postponements, the most ambitious production in Opera Australia's history will be revealed tonight.
STC issues apology for opening night solidarity protest by three members of the cast of The Seagull. Board members quit.
Lerida Delbridge presents her first Hunters Hill Music Series, one that promises to be "inclusive and unifying".
Rebecca Lloyd-Jones to take the reins of Synergy Percussion in its 50th year of music-making.
Composers saluted, of course, but this series also doffs a hat to the historians, influences and networkers of the Baroque.
Andrew Upton’s new version of The Seagull transplants Chekhov’s portrait of addled ambition and creative torpor into dry Australian soils.
Generative AI is exerting a profound influence on the way we make, record and experience music. Limelight readers, it’s time to get up to speed.
AHE to tour five main-stage explorations of the music of Haydn, Beethoven, Mozart and some lesser-known contemporaries.
Brisbane writer Maxine Mellor wins her first Seaborn Award for a play she describes as "a return to joy".
Australasian Dance Collective and BlakDance program to host eight leading and emerging First Nations artists.
War is hell in Ridley Scott’s biopic of Napoleon Bonaparte. But for viewers safe in their cinema seats, it is also inescapably magnificent.
Australian Haydn Ensemble will "walk a lot taller" after its critically acclaimed west-to-east traverse of America.