Miss Julie

Sex, gender, power and privilege prove an explosive combination in Simon Stone’s adaptation of August Strindberg’s Miss Julie. Strindberg’s study of sexual tension across power and class was vital and compelling in its t...

Carriageworks expands

Contemporary multi-arts institution Carriageworks will double in size this month by adding an additional 5,000 square metres to its existing premises in Sydney’s Redfern. The announcement follows two years of strong grow...

Happy as Larry

Following national and international tours, including a season in London’s West End, Shaun Parker & Company’s Happy As Larry returns to Sydney’s Seymour Centre for a limited season. This energetic performance c...

Venue named in honour of music theatre legend

Independent Music Theatre has announce this week that the new home for Music Theatre and Cabaret in Sydney will be known as the Hayes Theatre.  Currently known as the Darlinghurst Theatre in Potts Point, the Hayes Theatr...

Madama Butterfly on Sydney Harbour

Puccini’s loved opera Madama Butterfly will be the next production to grace the magnificent harbour-top stage for Opera Australia. This will be a Butterfly for the 21st century – a contemporary styling of the...

The Lion King cast announced

After a hotly competitive audition process, one of the most impressive and diverse line-ups of talent ever assembled on the Australian stage has been announced for Disney’s The Lion King. The cast features some of Austra...

Jerusalem

New Theatre presents the Australian premiere of Jez Butterworth’s award-winning London and Broadway hit, Jerusalem. On the morning of St George’s Day in a remote corner of rural Wiltshire, Johnny ‘RoosterR...

Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson

A patriotic firecracker, a punk rock political superstar and much, much more, America’s 7th President, Andrew Jackson is a force to be reckoned with in the Australian premiere season of Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson. In t...