In a newly published Platform Paper, Alison Croggon considers the state of critical writing in Australia and asks, should it disappear, to whom would that matter?
The People's Choice competition for the 2019 Martin-Lysicrates Prize is open and it's not just the playwright who stands to win.
This Friday, young people across the world are once again taking to the streets and demanding action on the Climate Crisis.
Actor Michelle Ny argues for conscious rather than colourblind casting. "I came from somewhere, I have a background, and I’m not ashamed of that."
Ageism is pernicious in the theatre scene, writes Dino Dimitriadis, and our veteran actors are not the only people missing out.
Sydney's independent theatre scene creates great product, argues actor and producer Matthew Cheetham. But it struggles to sell it.
The sudden closure of an inner city venue points to a structural weakness in our independent sector, write KXT co-artistic directors Suzanne Millar and John Harrison.
The choice of language in the recent Rush v Nationwide News judgement is all too familiar, writes lawyer and playwright Suzie Miller.