I’ll admit, I’m a patriot. Yes, The Man From Snowy River segment at the 2000 Olympic Games made me cry. Yes, my ears prick at the sound of an Aussie accent abroad. Yes, I am prodigiously proud of the many wonderful things my fellow Australian artists have achieved and yes, I am celebrating Australia Day… Read more.
Do you believe in Ghost? Melbourne does, and believe it or not, we will be seeing one sooner than you think! The Victorian Minster for Tourism and Major Events, Louise Asher, today joined Co-Composer and Co-Lyricist Dave Stewart on stage at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) to announce that Ghost The Musical… Read more.
The wait is nearly over for all those die hard Love Never Dies fans.
I have been more than a little irritated by some of the comments I have picked up in the last few weeks regarding the revival by Opera Australia and John Frost of the Lincoln Center production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s almighty classic South Pacific. As actors all over the countryside prepare for auditions which are… Read more.
I opened the Today section of The West Australian this morning pleased to see a full page picture announcing Black Swan’s 2012 theatre season.
Black Swan State Theatre Company announced it’s 21st birthday season last night (Monday) at the State Theatre Centre’s Studio Underground, Perth.
The winners of the Rob Guest Endowment double pass giveaway have been announced!
What happens when you put Australia’s next wave of young creatives and award-winning theatre directors in a rehearsal space together at one of the nation’s most innovative cultural organisations?
Sandy Maestro is the director and producer of Concrete Moments at this year’s Sydney Fringe Festival. Tonight is the final day to see this show, (Saturday 24 September) at the Italian Forum Cultural Centre. We ask Sandy our special Fringe Fever Questions ahead of her closing night…
Yes, it costs more than 10 shillings to gain entry into the Brisbane Festival these days, but for the amount of art and entertainment on offer at Brissy’s premier cultural event this year, who’s counting pennies?