Jonathan Tolins’s play Buyer and Cellar is a comedy about an out-of-work actor who takes a job as a shop assistant in the basement of superstar singer Barbra Streisand’s mansion.
The stage production Bad Jews has sparked controversy over its title, but the play by New York playwright Joshua Harmon is a thought-provoking look at important issues. Read our review.
I’M huddled up in a scratchy coat to shield myself from the biting wind as I hasten from the Brandenburg Tor down Unter den Linden in the heart of historic
SOAPBOX SPIEL is a new column where people who work in the Arts — actors, directors, producers, writers, artists and musicians -– can vent their annoyance, anger and frustration about […]
MELBOURNE comedian Jeremie Bracka will once again delve into the comedic side of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict as his one-man show Arafat in Therapy launches its second season. The show parodies […]
THE challenge of adapting Ingmar Bergman’s 1966 masterpiece Persona to the stage was one that award-winning theatre director Adena Jacobs embraced. The play was staged at Melbourne’s Theatre Works last […]
WHEN Monash University Professor David Abramson was gripped with the idea to write a play about the quirks and peculiarities of academic life, he knew he had to tread a […]
AUTHOR and academic Oscar Hammerstein III — the grandson of Oscar Hammerstein of Rodgers and Hammerstein fame — will be the keynote speaker at a music theatre symposium at the […]
ONE of Broadway’s most successful musicals, A Chorus Line, is making a return to the stage as one of the highlights of a busy summer of shows. The latest revival […]