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Short + Sweet Sydney 2009 Results : Newtown Theatre Week 2, Seymour Centre Week 1 and Wildcards 1
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Black Swan State Theatre Company is pleased to announce the appointment of experienced arts manager Shane Colquhoun as its new General Manger. Shane will take up his new position on 3 March 2009.
Sydney Festival, Gate Theatre and Sydney Theatre Company have announced a special afternoon of readings paying tribute to the great playwright, essayist and poet Harold Pinter, who passed away on Christmas Eve 2008.
DAWN Upshaw's last tour of Australia ended after the first performance.
A play about the Bill Henson controversy has been given the green light for a Sydney season just weeks after Melbourne's Arts Centre dropped it from a drama competition on the grounds it may defame the artist.
Adelaide Festival Centre's CEO and Artistic Director, Douglas Gautier has announced FOXTEL would be the principal partner for the Adelaide Cabaret Festival in 2009.
The board of Western Sydney Dance Action has appointed Olivia Ansell as their new director.
South Melbourne premier cabaret venue and Midsumma hub, The Butterfly Club, kicks off this week with two brand new shows. Including the cirque-themed A String of Coloured Lights to the decidedly campy The Twink and The Showgirl, The Butterfly Club yet again bring a night of experimental, daring and enjoyable cabaret to the Midsumma program.
Artist Luke Jerram has brought his installation, Play Me, I'm Yours, to Sydney as part of the festival. 30 pianos have been placed around the city, sitting there, waiting – begging – passers by to play them. And people are loving it.
Ivanov, produced by the Hungarian Katona Jozef Theatre, is a perfect example of the Festival achieving one of its main purposes. For one month the tyranny of distance does not prohibit seminal international work from touring these shores.
With guest residencies in New York and at London’s Sadler’s Wells, Christopher Wheeldon's company Morphoses has fulfilled its dazzling transatlantic promise, and wowed audiences around the globe.
Afterplay and The Yalta Game are charming, sophisticated works of theatre, showing as part of the Sydney Festival, to celebrate the work of Irish playwright Brian Friel.
Cameron Mackintosh has defended the rise of musical theatre talent programmes such as the BBC’s I’d Do Anything, claiming they are the reason “theatre is working”.
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2008 hits new highs despite financial crisis.
Lavigne invested $200,000 — money raised over months at concerts and fundraisers throughout the Lower Mainland — to get to Carnegie Hall. And the morning after, he's sure it was worth it.
Mr. Angle is cavalier regarding the slings and arrows that inevitably come when one dances in such a high-profile troupe and is constantly measured by longtime observers against earlier performers — and often found wanting.
He is now a highly visible spokesman for the British music establishment and more: a national scourge of mediocrity and compromise, firing broadsides at the art world for its commercialism and at the government for everything from cultural vacuity to the war in Iraq.
An African youth choir has been signed by Universal Music after performing at President Barack Obama's inauguration celebrations in the US.
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