There's no one way to play Terence Rattigan's Hester Collyer, says Marta Dusseldorp. "It’s like a different play every time I do it."
Mary Anne Butler's new play for ATYP amplifies youthful voices and depicts difficult choices faced by Top End teenagers on the threshold of adulthood.
War Horse takes you to places a film like 1917 cannot, says the show's director, Charlie Kenber.
Angus Cameron's new comedy tells a story of tennis, queer relationships and marriages that won't stay within the lines.
Damien Ryan’s production of The Crucible offers audiences a rare, immersive and immensely detailed vision of this classic play.
Belvoir, Sydney Theatre Company and American Psycho among the winners in this year's Sydney Theatre Awards, presented at the Seymour Centre.
KXT's first show for 2020 transports its audience to a derelict world in which nothing is quite as it seems.
KL's queen of comedy Joanne Kam and Mumbai’s Navin Noronha, India's only out gay stand-up, talk about censorship, love and laughter in their respective cities.