Elijah Wilcox-Armitage gives feedback on a new SUDS work.
Lena Wang and Eric Gonzales live out their larcenous fantasies in Stirrup Gallery’s innovative Art Heist.
Andy Mason visited an Indigenous community.
The inter-semester break provides a lot of things to a lot of different people. A select few use this time to prepare the three University of Sydney literary journals that launch in October. These are (from oldest to newest): Hermes, ARNA: The Journal of the Sydney University Arts Students Society (SASS), and Carillon: The Journal…
Justine Landis-Hanley reviews No. 1 Dads’ sold out Sydney show.
Alix Sanders-Garner is livid with Vivid.
Social media continues to play an enormous role in empowering minorities by giving them direct access to online communities, publicity and freedom of speech. On March 6 2015, #BlackOutDay was trending on Twitter after it was launched by creators T’von, Marissa and Nukirk. They started this social media campaign to encourage Black people to upload…
Justin Pepito on his experience as American abroad.
Adam Chalmers rationalises fanfiction that made him think.
“I’m a good person. Isn’t that enough?” Falling neatly into place in a SUDS summer season of innovation and experiment, When Good Men Do Nothing made me very uncomfortable. It also made me laugh. Sophia Roberts and Clemence Williams, working as writer and director respectively, have brought us a script and a staging for it…