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A DAY after the director Barrie Kosky described Opera Australia as a "disaster" and "a juggernaut out of control", the embattled company has announced its plan for new artistic leadership.
From Flight of the Conchords to Mad Men and The Daily Show, comedian Kristen Schaal is the face of hip and challenging TV.
They cost a fortune, take ages to make, irritate male dancers and catch on the scenery. Tutus are everywhere right now. But could they be on the way out?
Where is the Roundhouse heading next?
Actors' union Equity says hit musical should be paying child actors more than £20 a night.
Real-life tragedy nearly struck at a Florida theatre on Monday night, when an actor fired a live gun at a cast member's head.
To the best of my knowledge, the 44th president of the United States has never once murdered his wife in a jealous rage before taking his own life.
The tax haven plans to introduce an island-wide charge that allows residents unlimited legal downloads from P2P sites. And if it goes ahead, we'll be moving office ...
Film Victoria's Industry & Audience Development Officer, Blythe Chandler, is off to the hallowed servers of academe, where she will be General Manager of online culture journal Senses of Cinema. Rebo
National Geographic has picked up Bondi Rescue the Cordell Jigsaw Production for Network Ten, "which provides exclusive access to the elite lifeguards who protect the busiest beach in the world".
The International Film School Sydney delivers the first RED ONE camera to film students in Australia.
REMINDER! There is only one month left to nominate for the 2009 Pascall Prize. Closing date Friday 20th February 2009.
Announcing our first Metro Screen Network Pitching Session for the year.
The Australian Society of Authors (ASA) has been stunned by the eagerness of Australian authors to sign up to a petition opposing changes to Australia’s book market.
The 2009 National Architecture Conference - 'Parallax', is taking place 30 April - 2 May 2009, Melbourne, Australia.
If you love textiles, you’ll love 2009’s brand new event, the Textile Art Festival.
AUSTRALIAN Open organisers say an adults-only show in the Spiegelworld tent will be toned down, after a performance featuring a striptease, swearing and simulated masturbation.
PAINTING isn't what most people think of when the Big Day Out is mentioned, but one piece of art is dominating this year's rock 'n' roll carnival.
THERE will be no cannons fired during performances of the Queensland Orchestra, at least not literally, even though it is now under the management of Patrick Pickett.
The premiere of a West End play directed by Kevin Spacey has been delayed for nine days.
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