Nobel laureate Kazuo Ishiguro rescued a dream for the team that brought us Ladies in Black.
- by Michael Dwyer
After a bruising legal battle with Craig McLachlan, the Melbourne actress is returning to the stage.
- by Kerrie O'Brien
During a visit to Melbourne for Harlequinade, Alexei Ratmansky watched in horror as the war unfolded.
- by Amanda Dunn
Tony Award winners Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss were at Cambridge University when they decided to resurrect the ill-fated wives of Henry VIII.
- by Helen Pitt
Having gorged ourselves on Netflix, The Sound Inside offers a different kind of storytelling.
- by Sonia Harford
Two new works honour the spirits of the ancestors in this year’s RISING festival.
- by Daniel James
Aged between 11 and 22, the stars of Anything & Everything decode their own language in one of three festival shows exploring our online lives.
- by Andrew Stephens
Kunstkamer was already the most talked-about event on the Australian dance calendar before David Hallberg decided to put his dance shoes back on.
- by John Bailey
A group of Melbourne writers and performers are staging a fundraising event in response to the Russia-Ukraine war.
- by Maria Tumarkin
This musical justifies all the hype. It’s the kind of game-changer it promises to be and thoroughly deserves its place as the hottest ticket in town.
- by Cameron Woodhead