Opening at the Malthouse on July 18, I Am a Miracle takes a timely and hard-hitting look at oppression and the miscarriage of justice throughout the ages, raising the question in light of recent events – does history repeat itself?
After a celebrated season at Malthouse Theatre in Melbourne, Love and Information opened at Sydney Theatre Company on Saturday night.
Matthew Lutton has been appointed Malthouse Theatre’s new Artistic Director.
Cabaret sensation Amelia Ryan is returning to both Melbourne and Sydney for one night only with her critically acclaimed show A Storm in a D Cup – a dazzling tale of disaster with dysfunction at every turn.
Fifteen years ago, Brendan Cowell’s first play premiered at Sydney’s seminal indie theatre hub, the Old Fitz. Now, a new production is bringing the visceral work back to where it all began. Director Jessica Tuckwell and actress Cheree Cassidy speak to Garrett Bithell about Men.
Celebrating the life and legacy of one of the greatest choreographers of the 20th century, The Australian Ballet will next present The Dream: a triple bill of works by master choreographer Frederick Ashton, playing June 4 – 13 at Arts Centre Melbourne, and then July 8 – 9 at Adelaide Festival Centre.
Sydney’s seminal theatre company Belvoir has just announced that Xavier Samuel (Adore, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, The Seagull State Theatre Company of South Australia) is returning to Australia to star in The Dog/The Cat. He will be joined by Andrea Demetriades (Janet King ABC1) and Benedict Hardie (The Water Diviner) in two interconnected tales of love and stupidity.
Cate Blanchett and Richard Roxburgh are set to return to the stage in Sydney Theatre Company’s production The Present, Anton Chekhov’s first play.
A major international exhibition featuring two of the most significant artists of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries – Andy Warhol and Ai Weiwei – will open at the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV), Melbourne, in December 2015, and The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, in June 2016.
As we were preparing this shoot, it occurred to me that early career filmmaking shares a lot in common with Sir Jack’s rise through the ranks of early Formula One Racing. Most of us in the industry will, at some time, face a familiar dilemma: to fall in line, or, like Sir Jack, risk all by staying true to a singular vision of our ability to innovate and stand apart from our competitors.
Thanks to our friends at Carriageworks, CULT has three double passes to give away to the final Grace Jones concert on Tuesday, May 2 at 8pm.
The Book of Mormon – the brilliant, record-smashing musical written by South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone and Avenue Q co-creator Robert Lopez – is coming to Australia.