A rare standing ovation confirmed the energy and acting in Peter Cook's has the power to transform, says reviewer JOE WOODWARD.
People don’t have to be a Monty Python fan to enjoy this hopelessly silly musical rip-off of “Monty Python and the Holy Grail”, writes theatre reviewer BILL STEPHENS.
For people who can’t get to Sydney for the Mardi Gras, this production of “H.M.S. Pinafore” at The Q in Queanbeyan might be the next best thing, writes theatre reviewer BILL STEPHENS.
HELEN MUSA speaks to playwright David Williamson about his latest play 'Family Values'.
Arts editor HELEN MUSA previews a new play about addiction coming to The Street that its author says: “The thing that almost killed me saved me”.
Reviewer ARNE SJOSTEDT savouring a “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” in a Tuggeranong park.
Reviewer LEN POWER is full of praise for a new production of "The Grapes of Wrath".
Artistic director of Canberra Youth Theatre, Luke Rogers, talks to HELEN MUSA about the 2020 season.
Director of Lakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”, Tim Sekuless is working to make the world’s most famous fairy play credible for Canberra audiences.
Arts editor HELEN MUSA chats to Hercule Poirot actor David Suchet about his most famous role, and his unusual unscripted show “David Suchet, Poirot & More: A Retrospective”, coming to the Canberra Theatre in January
LEN POWER reviews a “good school holiday show” for children over the age of seven and says adults will have a good time with it as well.
ONE of Canada’s – and Canberra’s -- most significant theatre leaders has died in Fredericton, New Brunswick aged 81.
CAT Awards founder Coralie Wood, has alerted “CityNews” that the gala awards ceremony to have been held on February 15 has been postponed to April.
Rachel Reid leads a double life. By day, a Giralang mother of two, she transforms herself at night into showgirl and burlesque performer Jazida.
No doubt the creatives will take advantage of the Canberra season to tighten and polish the show so that by the time it leaves the Canberra Theatre it will truly be the stratospheric theatre experience promised, writes reviewer BILL STEPHENS.
Director and scriptwriter Kirsty Budding brings “A Christmas Carol Goes Horribly, Terribly Wrong” to Belconnen Theatre, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA
Dramatic Productions and Masonicare ACT/NSW joined together today (Wednesday, December 4) for a happy cheque handover in which theatre contributes to charity.
The Q’s Stephen Pike has confirmed his position as the canniest and most imaginative theatre programmer in town, with a mix of camp comedy, nights of song, musicals and hard-hitting drama for its 2020 program, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA
One of the highlights of the ACT Arts Awards held earlier this week (November 19) at the CMAG was the inauguration of a new award for acting, writes HELEN MUSA.
Audiences won’t want to miss seeing these terrific performers working at the top of their game, writes reviewer LEN POWER of “Waiting In The Wings”.