Guest writer Lauren Bacon-Fleming jumps on the Cheap Thrills September article for a special Sydney Fringe Edition! Read a snapshot of some of the best affordable shows to see out of the hundreds available. Read it in full now!
Making its much anticipated return to the stage, Virginia Gay’s joyous, gender-flipped Cyrano opens on Thursday 29 September at Southbank Theatre. Packed with music, wit and aching romance, Gay gives us a delightfully self-aware theatrical rom-com for our times in this adaptation of Edmond Rostand’s literary classic. Book your tickets now.
Australia’s Home of Youth Arts, Shopfront Arts Co-op, appoints Creative Director Natalie Rose to the joint role of Co-Chief Executive Officer, joining Executive Director / CEO Daniel Potter in strategic leadership of the organisation. The change in management reflects Shopfront’s co-operative and collaborative model; a structure that has been the backbone of the organisation since its inception in 1976. Read the full story now.
Producer John Frost for Crossroads Live Australia today announced that the 70th Anniversary production of Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap will play in Adelaide for a limited season from 31 December at Her Majesty’s Theatre. The world-famous mystery will premiere at Theatre Royal Sydney from 8 October, and also play in Brisbane at the Playhouse, QPAC from 3 November and at the Comedy Theatre, Melbourne from 17 February 2023.
Accompanying Sarah’s journey we ask ourselves; when is it time to let go of childhood heroes and embrace who we truly are? Do we ever let go? Through classic Katy Perry songs such as, Wide Awake, Part of Me, and Firework, Cherry hilariously and insightfully celebrates the power of music to transform and enlighten this one woman’s thank you card to her idol!
Get ready to take a deep dive into Chido Mwat’s mind. She crossed the globe to study to be a doctor onlyto find her expectations did not match reality, and with it came the silencing of her voice. But not anymore. Chido has found the strength to stop taking people’s “shenanigans” and finally speak out.