Ursula Yovich stars as the feisty frontwoman of a rock and roll band in a new play based on a character only close friends ever get to see.
Walkley-award winning journalist John Shand and senior arts writer and author Joyce Morgan will join forces to form The Sydney Morning Herald's new-look theatre reviewing team.
There is much potential in works showcased at the annual festival, though some theatremakers have their work cut out.
Stylishly designed and staged at a gorgeous indie venue in Fitzroy, this Godot offers spikier performances, with less comfort in them.
James Batchelor is the 10th choreographer to present as part of Chunky Move's Next Move program.
For every aspect that nourishes creative appreciation, there seems to be another that pulls it down.
Audiences can expect elements of this year's New Breed program to be "oddly arousing".
Like Celine Dion's You Shook Me All Night Long, this musical theatre adaptation of a cult movie is hard to appreciate with the original in mind.
Brought into the social media present, Muriel's story now features smart phones but retains its depth and heart.
During the interviews he was more interested in eating the Channel Seven microphone than taking questions.
In Coronation of Poppea, wickedness triumphs and virtue is destroyed.
Soprano Audrey Luna says singing a note so high gives her an actual high.
Rather than parachute into an opera production, the Melbourne-born soprano and romantic comedy fan prefers to get into the nuts and bolts of her character.
He's been doing it so long he's almost convinced himself it's normal, but Anthony Lehmann knows the key to surviving breakfast radio is all in the mind.
This time he won't be bringing his mates Dame Edna, Sir Les Paterson or Sandy Stone.
Why one of Australia's biggest comedy acts is reuniting a decade after calling it quits.