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Wundig wer Wilura - an ancient Noongar story of star-crossed lovers
The tale of Wundig and Wilura, known as "Wundig wer Wilura," is an ancient Noongar story that revolves around two star-crossed l...
Rhiannon Clarke 22 Jan 2024
First Nations writers make their mark at New Play Awards
The Australian Theatre Festival, an annual celebration of Australian stories and artists in New York city, has awarded First Nat...
Rhiannon Clarke 31 Jul 2023
Taylah Gray to take the stage at TEDxSydney
Inspirational leader, lawyer and outspoken advocate, Taylah Gray is a woman that is paving change for the future. Ms Gray will...
Shahna Smith 23 May 2023
Drag Race Down Under runner-up brings drag, circus, dance and cabaret experience to Sydney World Pride
"They're going to come in as they are, and leave a little bit heavier." This is what Pasifika drag performer Kween Kong said au...
Emma Ruben 16 Feb 2023
This Sydney World Pride performance is throwing a party to 'celebrate the end of the world'
The last woman on Earth is having a party to end the world. And you can attend it. Or at least attend the show.  Sydney World P...
Emma Ruben 16 Feb 2023
Torres Strait-based play explores longing for home

Weaving together ancient and contemporary storytelling, MUDSKIPPER: A New Mythology comes to the stage bringing stories of family, Country and home. A co-commission between Quee...

Rachael Knowles Jul 16, 2020
‘My mum, my grandmother, my great grandmother … I feel them in me, I carry their strength’

Sandy Greenwood’s play Matriarch celebrates the strength, resilience and beauty of Aboriginal women, drawing on 100-years of Australian history through her family’s eyes. Matria...

Rachael Knowles Feb 18, 2020
A dark piece; its themes confronting

Death, grief, trauma, humanity and hope will detonate on the stage in the coming-of-age story Man with the Iron Neck, performed by Australia’s premier physical theatre company Legs...

Rachael Knowles Feb 18, 2020
Joel Bray embraces storyteller role and connects mob in ‘Daddy’

A journey of loss, grief, growth and resilience, Joel Bray brings Daddy to Melbourne’s Midsumma Festival. A strong Wiradjuri artist, Bray performs an enthralling story of his cultu...

Rachael Knowles Feb 7, 2020
Bran Nue Dae tours 30 years after first debut

Lights, camera, action! The iconic Bran Nue Dae is returning to the stage, 30 years since its debut in 1990. The play is kicking off a national tour at the Riverside Theatre Parram...

Rachael Knowles Jan 17, 2020
Yuwaalaraay playwright asks questions of identity and socialisation in new play

Yuwaalaraay woman, renowned Stiff Gins’ musician, and playwright, Nardi Simpson, presents Black Drop Effect to the Sydney Festival this month. Presented by Sydney Festival and B...

Rachael Knowles Jan 11, 2020
Stage show celebrates King of Cairns’ granddaughter

A stage show celebrating the life of Australia’s first Indigenous United Nations’ worker, traditional owner and Yidinji elder Henrietta Marrie, will feature at this year’s giant Wo...

Madelaine Dickie Oct 2, 2018
Melodie finds some magic in Skylab

On July 12, 1979 the US space station Skylab crashed to earth over the small West Australian town of Esperance, creating one of the most bizarre chapters in the town’s history and...

Guest Author Jul 25, 2018
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