As child during the conflict that shattered former Yugoslavia in the 1990s, Oleg Pupovac lived in a tiny village of about 650, where his grandmother, … Read more
August: Osage County won playwright Tracy Letts the Pulitzer Prize in 2008 for the no-holds-barred depiction of a tantrum-prone family and seething resentments, liberally inhabited … Read more
Modern technology and ancient tradition meet with thrilling beauty in the Australian Museum’s Carriberrie, a 360-degree virtual reality experience embracing the Australian continent and … Read more
By now, most people are perhaps all-too-familiar with the plight global warming presents to the Earth; the science has been explored and explained in depth. … Read more
It’s been a long time since Davis Sedaris was a Macy’s elf down on his luck and something of a self-deprecating outsider. But over the … Read more
Sometimes the most astonishing seems ordinary at first glance, and it takes a moment to see the extraordinary. Such is the case with Give Me … Read more
Puntila/Matti never had any pretensions at entertainment, co-director Dr Tom Payne admits this in the show’s blog.
However even in this age of background, foreground … Read more
What happens when people on the fringes of society find themselves in a rundown Dublin flat?
Strife, questions, and the possibility of that last chance … Read more
Barangaroo Reserve, fast becoming another iconic Sydney landmark, will celebrate local Aboriginal culture with a new multi-media work featuring technologies old and new. “Barangaroo Ngangamay” … Read more
When Oscar Wilde died in a Paris flat in 1900, commenting on the dreary wallpaper, he probably had a notion that his lifestyle, writings and … Read more