It may have a diverse cast but it erases the Black and Indigenous people who were there in the room and relegates women to the sidelines.
Nothing passes the time like a singalong to some classics from the Golden Age of Hollywood.
Lin-Manuel Miranda’s blockbuster portrayal of Alexander Hamilton, one of the most colourful founding fathers, opens this month in Toronto.
There are many reasons the movie version of Cats has flopped, not least the unfortunate way in which various characters have been assigned racial characteristics.
South African-born composer Stanley Glasser's musical legacy is in many ways unknown in his motherland which he left under political duress in 1963, and awaits critical engagement.
The Broadway hit offered an escape from the anxieties of World War II. But the America it portrayed – unified, patriotic and white – rings hollow today.
Muriel Heslop stole Australia's heart when she debuted on screen in 1994. Now she gets a loving, ABBA-filled musical tribute, that is definitely not terrible.
Queer life thrived in 1940s Sydney despite policing and prohibition, as a new production of the musical Only Heaven Knows demonstrates. But it was not to last.
Another article about the politics of La La Land? This time it's personal.
No film could be more perfectly circular, more self-congratulatory and more suited to the time.
We all need a little trip to La La Land.
Musicals are back in vogue, with La La Land cleaning up at the Golden Globes. The film is, among other things, an homage to the classic musicals of old. So what are the must see movies of the genre?
A new crowdfunded show about the Cuban revolution prepares to shed new light on the leader.
There's a problematic bias in the way that assisted suicide is portrayed in the media.
On the surface – and when compared to the Oscars – the 2016 Tonys looked like a groundbreaking moment for diversity in entertainment. But when it comes to inclusion, Broadway has a long way to go.
Everything you need to know about the Tony Awards.
A new show offers viewers the chance to be a fly on the wall at the Beatles recording sessions.
Musical theatre is on the rise in Australia. Still, if more subsidised companies invested in new works, we might yet see the Great Australian Musical.
Can you fake innocence? The four professional actresses playing Mathilda are part of a long tradition of idealised childhood.
Les Mis first opened its doors in London 30 years ago. Its success remains unparalleled.