'Tis the listicle time of year, so here are the shows we think have been the most significant or just plain pleasurable of 2019.
Shakespeare had huge faith in the young actors who gave us the original Juliet, Lady Macbeth, or Rosalind and Viola. So why don't we, asks George Kemp.
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.
Jordan Manalo-Shea unveils a second major work concerning a Filipino-Australian experience.
"I'm Female, middle-aged and based regionally," says Mary Anne Butler. "Is there a trifecta less appealing in Australian theatre today?"
James Millar, Australia's own Agatha Trunchbull, opens up about his life-long battles with anxiety and how acting helps keep it at bay.
Two of Australia's leading female lighting designers share their impressions and experiences of working in a male-dominated culture.