Fizz, fun and flappers: What’s not to like about Nice Work?
This celebration of America’s Jazz Era fills the Hayes Theatre’s tiny stage to bursting.
- by John Shand, Peter McCallum and Joyce Morgan
Wherefore art thou Juliet? Indigenous star leads local rendition of hit Broadway show
Covering Britney Spears and the Bard, 26-year-old Lorinda May Merrypor will have her debut lead role in & Juliet.
- by Osman Faruqi
The show goes on, just: Misfortune plagues play about Shakespeare’s ‘dark lady’
It’s been a tumultuous opening week for the cast and crew of Emilia.
- by Wendy Tuohy
Sydney Theatre Company
Sydney Theatre Company in good shape despite financial woes
If the company is in a hole, artistic director Kip Williams seems a safe pair of hands with the spade.
- by John Shand
‘I’m not wielding a knife’: Sydney Theatre Company addresses its financial woes
After back-to-back years of financial losses, Sydney Theatre Company has a new stage hit on its hands and is bracing for the impact of a new COVID wave.
- by Linda Morris
Pollies turn out to laugh at themselves and each other
The Wharf Revue team’s satire is as sharp as ever.
- by John Shand and Cassie Tongue
‘It’s exciting’: Michael Sheen on Sydney, success and the best show on TV
With a new production of Amadeus, the acclaimed actor returns to the play that made him a star - but this time, he’s playing the bad guy.
- by Robert Moran
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
Excerpts from Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
Could a trip to the underworld be just what we need right now?
Alison Whyte channels the spirit of Orpheus as a woman who climbs into a sinkhole to rescue her sister.
- by Sonia Harford
‘I’ll go down fighting’: Peter Carroll’s passion burns bright after 70 years
The beloved veteran actor is set to appear in the Sydney Theatre Company’s ‘The Tempest’.
- by Nick Galvin
AFL great Shane Crawford is out of his comfort zone – and he’s having a ball
“You’ve got to do things that make you feel alive”: The Brownlow medallist is about to make his stage debut as an Elvis-inspired character.
- by Kerrie O'Brien