7:00pm The Sydney Theatre Company's acclaimed production of Waiting For Godot will be part of the International Beckett Season in 2015.
JIL HOGAN 1:16pm Your guide to what's going on around the capital this weekend.
PHILIPPA HAWKER In 2015, Australian Ballet artistic director David McAllister will do what he has never done before: direct a ballet for the company.
ELISSA BLAKE A new home and a new outlook for Sydney's big arts festival for kids.
ANDREW TAYLOR Sleeping Beauty will be woken from her slumbers yet again with the Australian Ballet mounting a new multi-million dollar production of the classic 19th-century dance work.
Dee Jefferson In a major coup, Quintett, a rarely performed ballet by choreographer William Forsythe's, will be staged next year.
BHAKTHI PUVANENTHIRAN From a Sexpo crossover show to explorations of homophobia on stage and a circus act about being a hoarder, here are our top ten picks for the Melbourne Fringe Festival.
John Bailey An independent production of Stephen Sondheim’s Assassins is about to embark on a tour of regional Victoria.
John Bailey Tickets are available for Dreamers, the long-awaited reunion of playwright Daniel Keene and director Ariette Taylor at fortyfivedownstairs.
John Bailey Two shows at the Darebin Arts' Loudmouth school holiday program offer exceptional entertainment for all ages, writes John Bailey.
NATALIE BOCHENSKI Brisbane Festival-goers may not know the name Dan Potra, but they will more than likely encounter his work.
ELISSA BLAKE Lucy Durack has taken on some high-profile roles lately. 'My hair has been through a lot,' she tells Elissa Blake.
BHAKTHI PUVANENTHIRAN Of the many spectres, scares and shadowy stories at this year's Melbourne Fringe Festival, which show will take out the mantle of "most terrifying"?
LAWRENCE MONEY After four years at the reception desk of Melbourne's National Music Academy, Bethany Simons turned her job into a stage musical.
Darryn King Academy Award-nominated character actor James Cromwell will play media mogul Rupert Murdoch in the Sydney premiere of the Melbourne Theatre Company's production of the David Williamson play.
ANDREW TAYLOR Battles over copyright have been a hallmark of Ralph Myers' tenure at Belvoir. The departing artistic director and set designer reveals some of the frustrations of being a theatremaker.
Louise Schwartzkoff Louise Schwartzkoff opens her home to 15 strangers - all in the name of a night at the theatre.
KARL QUINN There's only one Josh McConville, but suddenly this rising star of stage and screen seems to be everywhere.
Sonia Harford HorseHead, now coming to the Melbourne Fringe Festival, does a brisk canter around the story of two fictional gangsters.
SARAH THOMAS Scratch the surface of any comedian – or performer, for that matter – and you will find a pivotal moment or era that spurred them on to attention-seeking for a living.
JIL HOGAN Your guide to what's going on around the capital this weekend.
John Shand How to celebrate a theatre company's 25th birthday? If it's Bell Shakespeare, why not with the Bard's ultimate tragedy, funniest comedy and strangest vision?
MICHAEL IDATO It's a tradition to mark the death of a stage veteran, such as Robin Williams and Lauren Bacall, but not everyone agreed that Rivers qualified.
Dee Jefferson Racism concerns have been raised over The King and I production that opens in Sydney this week following successful seasons in Brisbane and Melbourne.
JOEL MEARES The Sydney Theatre Company got the One Direction treatment as subscription season demand crashed the website.
RON CERABONA Sweet Charity is coming to the Canberra Theatre Centre, much to the delight of the centre's director.
ANDREW TAYLOR Belvoir's 2015 season will be dominated by women in a dramatic reversal of theatre's traditional gender imbalance.
LENNY ANN LOW Fancy Boy Variety Show have shocked and awed audiences with famous Australian comedians performing material they could not perform to their fans. Now they've won a prestigious comedy award.
RON CERABONA Politicians beware – The Wharf Revue is back an no one in the public eye is safe from the arrows of outrageous satire.
LENNY ANN LOW The award-winning production will be performed beneath an Anglepoise lamp, before an up-close audience of 35 people.
Hot songs from the year 1942 will be reprised in a special show.
Director Rafael Bonachela was inspired by signs.
Celestial magic as ensemble takes to the open air.
Life and times of Pat Thompson at Four Winds Festival.