“We’ll Definitely Come Back Stronger”: How Australian Ballet Dancers Are Working From Home
22 Jul 2020
Entertainment Shows are cancelled, funding is scarce and the arts industry is in dire straits. But while The Australian Ballet soloist Jill Ogai has adapted to training on a square of special flooring in her apartment, she believes the company will come back stronger than ever.
On the Sauce: Shaun Micallef’s New Doco Explores Australia’s Turbulent Relationship With Booze
14 Jul 2020
Entertainment The comedian’s new ABC show will stream free, and covers everything from jelly shots and shoeys to Friday nights in emergency. “We all have drinking stories, and we all tend to share them like war stories ... But if you were to actually strip away the laughter … they could be horror stories.”
First He Cast Alec Baldwin and Rose Byrne in Plays, Now Director Andrew Henry Has Tapped A Sydney Actor for a New Australian Performance
25 Jun 2020
Entertainment For five nights Schmitz will perform on a stage empty but for nine cameras. The Pulitzer Prize-nominated play has been described as “a small masterpiece”.