Sydney Dance Company and Carriageworks, in conjunction with The Balnaves Foundation, announce four Australian choreographers commissioned to create works for the acclaimed New Breed initiative that supports Australia’s next generation of dance-makers. ...

Belvoir is now accepting entries for the 2018 Balnaves Foundation Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Fellowship, an evolution of The Balnaves Foundation Indigenous Playwright Award and an outstanding launching pad for new talent with a $25,000 paid residency at Belvoir....

Inspired by Bruce Pascoe's award-winning book of the same name, Bangarra Dance Theatre's Dark Emu explores the vital life force of flora and fauna and challenges the 'hunter-gatherer' myth of pre-colonial Aboriginal Australians....

I think it was Peter Brook who said the longest that a staging of a play could remain vital was five years. ...

Barbara is a glorious figure — a wild, angry, foul-mouthed, rebellious singer who travels back to Darwin, then Katherine, with her sister Rene and her band, the Camp Dogs. They are visiting the mother who brought them up and who is now dying. ...

Rosemary Laing’s photographs of place may appear at first glance to be empty. In the contemplation of them, however, it becomes clear that although they are not full of the figures of people, they are replete­ with the echoes of passage and inhabitation....