This darkly comic satire explores religious ideas through a devil's ideas about tempting a human being.
Ron Cerabona is an arts reporter for The Canberra Times.
A theatre company's debut production deals with aspects of modern relationships using drama, movement, music and multimedia.
From a new musical about Australia's first female prime minister to a three-person adaptation of Around the World in 80 Days, there's plenty on offer in next year's season at the Q.
In Tom Mula's one-actor play, we get to see Ebenezer Scrooge's shot at redemption told from the perspective of the one who made it possible.
Alpha Gregory's many years maintaining the high standards of the choir have been recognised by the Canberra Critics' Circle.
Frank Ferrante has spent three decades keeping the mischievous spirit of Marxism alive.
Literary events and news in Canberra.
Michael Frayn's comedy presents a play-within-a-play coming apart as it goes along.
Piano virtuoso Penelope Thwaites is returning to Canberra to perform works by Bach, Beethoven and, of course, a two-piano arrangement of Gershwin by Grainger.
Shoeb Ahmad has curated a one-day event with DJs and live acts providing a selection of approaches to contemporary modern music.