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A first night at the opera turns out to be filled with surprises - not all of them on stage.
Opinions & Analysis
Our major performing arts companies are clinging to an outdated not-for-profit model while commercial theatre makes the money they need.
ANZAC cultural programming has fed millions into arts funding while creative proposals on other subjects are unable to secure government support.
Arts-business partnerships are a competitive market. Understanding what each partner brings is essential to clinching the deal.
Musician P!nk speaks out against body-shaming and reminds us how tough it is for female musicians to be judged on their music.
The excitement of 'Mad March' in Adelaide could last all year with clever activation of the city's infrastructure.
Theatre Network Victoria has used the 100-day anniversary of the Victorian Goverment to put a polite bomb under the Minister.
WA local governments are making a big investment in arts but new research shows many lack a clear strategy.
Improvisation skills can deliver work by improving audition performance and providing a strong background for corporate training.
Will future historians view the internet as heralding a new Dark Age, a time of lost opportunity and widespread cultural regression?
As government funding gives way to more private sponsorship, accountability is being replaced by pressure for arts companies to reflect the values of those giving the money.
Perth needs a distinctive cultural narrative that weaves together Aboriginal and European histories.
A looming State Election and a new report has shaken up the disparity debate in arts funding between East and West Sydney.
Health advocates are promoting dance as a fitness alternative with broad public appeal.
The Darwin Symphony Orchestra has programmed six premieres this year, emphasizing that orchestral music is evolving here and now.
A national theatre could support and promote the many sensibilities and talents that make up the cultural spectrum.
Our major performing arts organisations are Australian culture’s country clubs, sponsored by a matrix of old money and old-school networks and protected by the conservative government.
Australia's biggest classical music event is an opportunity for more than 50 classical musicians but how does the director decide who gets a gig?
The idea of 'The Great Australian Musical' is counter-productive nonsense that dismisses or defeats the many great musicals Australia produces.
The Opera Australia Review will short change Victoria, and itself, if it ignores useful comparisons with the Victorian Opera.
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