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.
Beneath the surface, everyone has a compelling story, says Lady Tabouli playwright James Elazzi.
The rational world and an irrational love collide in Steve Rodgers's stage version of Peter Goldsworthy's heart-rending novella.
The fifth annual Lysicrates Prize is, for the first time, an all comedy competition. Lee Lewis explains why.
It’s hard to imagine David Williamson stepping away from the theatre completely, but he insists 2020 will be his final as a working playwright.
Over the past five years, the 80-seat Kings Cross Theatre has made a reputation as a pocket-sized venue where big things can happen.