Queers, Death and the responsibility of representation.
Writer and Director Pratha Nagpal weaves images of goddesses and magic for the audience, marvelling at the power women of colour wield in the kitchen.
At What Cost is a powerful reminder of how Indigenous creative works can decolonise your mind.
At this time, the Seymour Centre does not have plans to include student productions as part of the grant.
On the academic epidemic.
The theatre adaptation of Woolf's book has renewed relevance amid the government's gender crisis.
An impressive debut for Belvoir St Theatre's latest production.
SUDS' latest production explores the complexities of storytelling and childhood trauma.
Enjoying the theatre from the comfort of your couch.
The role of automation in performance is often unseen, but maybe that's the point