Arts Minister Paul Fletcher has taken aim at what he calls a 'cosy club' of arts elites. But his claim of 'unprecedented' arts funding and a push for greater fairness don't add up.
Branden Jacobs-Jenkins' acerbic, hilarious play is set on an old American plantation, but Wesley Enoch
The independent theatre will be a monument to how a failed department of arts and culture could not match state support with public philanthropy.
Produced by Perth’s wunderkinder ensemble The Last Great Hunt, Whistleblower is about the thrill of the risk when you throw the audience into the spotlight.
The French government, by prioritizing only "essential" sectors during the Covid-19 pandemic, is ignoring the importance of its culture and cultural assets.
This new play based on Martin McKenna’s memoir tells a difficult story with theatrical skill and artistic heart.
With the community, the group of theatre-makers and academics created a play that could also serve as a policy brief on what's missing from the battle to reduce drug use in Durban.
Theatre and audiences are slowly beginning to share the same airspace again. We are freshly conscious of breath, but it has always been intimately linked with the dramatic arts.
The 1921 play R.U.R. introduced the world to the word ‘robots’. Its plot is remarkably similar to robot stories told today.
Safe spaces for conversations around immigrants’ experiences are important because identity is central to diversity and inclusion in the 21st century. Theatre can be a tool for community engagement.
There are a host of stage musicals set for film adaptation in the coming year and they are sure to draw big
Ghana's history shows a strong connection between music and politics that has evolved over six decades.
You might think he's the hero of his own story but the murder happy Hamlet is really an unconscionable brute.
We interviewed Victorians working — or not working — in the arts during the pandemic lockdown to learn about their mental health. We found they are struggling.
Cambodia found the strength to rebuild itself
through art after the 1979 genocide. While the context is different, this example suggests the importance of art in navigating COVID-19.
Opening traditional theatres and smaller venues may not be physically or financially viable. But with winter coming and the arts industry floundering, something needs to be done.
Where the policy debate has focused on a need to 'rescue' the cultural sector from the ill-effects of COVID-19, the emphasis must now be on growing it as part of a wider program of public investment.
Alexander Hamilton's commitment to a well-funded national army and his support for territorial expansion had grave repercussions for the Indigenous Nations west of the Appalachians.
A night at the theatre may now mean holding up props over Zoom, a peek into other people's houses or being personally walked through a customized mystery over the phone.
Using actors can provide nurses with valuable training dealing with a diverse set of patients.