Simone Young returns to Melbourne
Performer and producer Jessi Lewis turns over environmental and political themes in his trilogy, Great Southern Land.
Five years ago burlesque performers and businesswomen Dolores Daiquiri and Rosy Rabbit set out to establish the Australian Burlesque Festival.
Anthony Street grew up in Healesville in Victoria and wore out his grandparents’ copy of Riverdance before tracking down Irish dance classes. He’s now touring with his own show, Celtic…
Next Wave Festival’s Testosterdom features an arcade of puberty-themed video games.
Brienna Macnish creates a highly unique theatre experience in the home of a Kensington retiree.
Sydney Dance Company’s new production explores contemporary dance from three distinct perspectives.
For 28 days, the Next Wave Festival will take over Melbourne in some unexpected ways
Why does Australia have so much difficulty realising it’s onto a good thing when it comes to the arts?
How does the Australia Council set its funding priorities?
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