Sonia Harford The live show follows Angelina and her friends preparing for their favourite television program, Dancing with Mice.
ELISSA BLAKE Walking along the River Thames in the leafy south-west London suburb of Barnes, it's not easy to find Sir Tim Rice's house. There are no street numbers and high walls mask each property from the casual gaze.
Addiction to acting
NICK GALVIN After a long struggle against addiction and abuse, actor Jack Charles is finally taking himself seriously.
ANDREW TAYLOR Indigenous playwright slams theatre companies that expect actors and artists to work for free.
STEPHANIE BUNBURY With his schoolboy charm and unruly curls, British comedian Alan Davies has cemented his place in the affections of TV viewers around the world.
ELISSA BLAKE The Umbilical Brothers are committed to physical comedy and they have the scars to prove it.
Glenn Burns Although it is billed as a ''quirky comedy'', And Then There Were 3 is often a rather bleak look at parenthood.
Breaking out: Niche arts companies expand their repertoire
Harriet Cunningham Pinchgut Opera and Sydney Chamber Opera are taking risks to expand their repertoire.
NICK GALVIN Veteran indigenous actor Jack Charles claims a Sydney taxi driver has refused his fare in an act of blatant racism.
NATALIE BOCHENSKI La Boite has landed a theatrical coup, bringing Packed to the Rafters stars Jessica Marais and James Stewart to Brisbane for its 2014 season.
Philippa Hawker Britain's National Theatre recalls 50 years of top-notch productions in a birthday on a grand scale.
GARRY MADDOX As an unknown who was ''a complete theatre nerd'' at high school, Phoebe Panaretos auditioned for Strictly Ballroom The Musical hoping for a minor role in the ensemble.
BARNEY ZWARTZ Two sopranos take a break from Wagner to honour a woman who sacrificed a singing career for family.
Harriet Cunningham An earthly desire drives the most rarefied of art forms.
SALLY PRYOR A married couple with a long history in theatre turned to their own experiences in writing a play, writes Sally Pryor.
ELISSA BLAKE This year's winner of the Telstra Ballet Dancer Award seems to have been given all of nature's gifts.
Elissa Blake Much Ado About Nothing meets Jane Austen at Bella Vista.
Peter Wilkins Regular patrons of Canberra Rep will know what to expect of the company's last offering for the year.
RON CERABONA If a musical is successful in Canberra, it's a pretty fair bet the show will be produced again.
Monty Python are remaining coy about a possible world tour after tickets to their "one-off" London show sold out in 43 seconds, leading to the announcement of an additional four dates.
ANNABEL ROSS Tamara Saulwick is fascinated with sound; in the messages that it transmits.
Sonia Harford A play about Palm Island's troubles is empowered with a Doomadgee family member acting out a pivotal moment.
Peter McCallum A teenager's bedroom and an untidy workshop cramped within a plastered theatrical proscenium arch constructed inside the stage perimeter provided the cluttered space for Siegfried and Mime to irritate each other and enact their dysfunctional relationship for Act 1 of Siegfried.
Amanda Dunn Forget the glass slippers and the pumpkin. Ballet's rock-star choreographer combines classical technique with contemporary ideas in a fairytale with heart.
KYLIE NORTHOVER When Rock Hudson died from AIDS-related illness in 1985, the news shocked the world.
Stephen A. Russell The title of Carla Kissane's latest work, Whores and Weeping Women, is wickedly provocative.
NICK MILLER At last, the famous Python band is getting back together.
Elissa Blake Home truths are both honest and engaging.
NICK MILLER Despite varying opinions of taking the stage show to Australia, in John Cleese's words 'there were planets closer to the UK than Australia' so it seems unlikely.
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.