If a dancer performs live in an art gallery, do they become an artwork? Sydney's Force Majeure is poised to find out.
From Sabrina D'Angelo comes a surreal black comedy about one character's wild journey through time.
There is an idea of the tragic biracial child, the perpetual outsider, writes Tabitha Woo. But it's not her.
Tabitha Woo was born in Australia. Her dad wasn't, but that's just the end of the story.
Audrey review: Sexual tension and volcanic emotion absent but humour partly fills the void.
Eddie wants to take May to the wilds of Wyoming. She wants anything but.
STC and Hayes Theatre dominate an awards ceremony showcasing talent and diversity in Sydney's theatre sector.
Sydney Theatre Company and Hayes Theatre Company dominate the critic picks in this year's Sydney Theatre Awards.