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Elizabethan audiences sat between the legs of those behind. Today’s audiences expect leg room and clear sight lines.
The relationship between performer and critic is fuelled with a lust for revenge that would be psychotic anywhere but the entertainment industry.
If you are a performing-arts-market-junkie addicted to flogging your arty arse to the global lions-den of presenters, read this.
Justin Bieber upset many people with a flippant comment at the Anne Frank House but he was much less offensive than the response of his ignorant fans.
Comedian and some time reviewer Xavier Toby gets a taste of his own medicine when his comedy shows are reviewed by others.
Dance has won a place in the arts curriculum but the policy will be a wallflower without the partnership of teacher training.
How does an audience respond when a comedian steps out of character and confesses to feeling bad about a show?
Flexibility in style and genre is essential to making music your profession.
How can a panning from the critics become some tough love in disguise?
Opera Australia will stage Wagner’s 15-hour Ring Cycle in Melbourne this year. Can modern audiences sustain a dramatic marathon?
For an Asian actor, the problem of stereotyping and cultural diversity isn’t solved by casting directors being colour blind.
TAFE enrolments are suffering from competitive university courses and lost funding but a degree is not a substitute for vocational training.
Playwrighting advocates argue the money that used to go to Freemantle's Deckchair Theatre should be applied to developing new Australian work.
For city-raised musicians it can be a shock to discover the difficulties for young rural players.
Melbourne's theatre community is locked into geographical ghettos that miss opportunities south of the Yarra.
No doubt it’s going to be a brilliant year in the performing arts. Here are 10 of the many productions we’re anticipating in the months ahead.
ArtsHub's Top Five music moves in 2012 won't name a best artist or best album but it will point you to some places and people that may shape your holiday listening.
Anyone can get up a Fringe show but how do you break in to the stages beyond?
Global tours don't have to be a pipe dream. Develop skills for building international relationships in the arts and finding overseas audiences.
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