WA Youth Theatre Company has revealed they will be presenting Sarah Kane‘s Crave, a stunning and poetic piece of literature revolving around need, violence and doubt. Originally debuted in 1988, the play takes place in an abstract world, focusing on four characters that are only identified as C, M, B and A.... Read More | Share it now!
This August and September the Sydney Opera House will welcome Lerner and Loewe’s My Fair Lady, where a classic take on the original 1956 production will come to life. Celebrating its 60th anniversary, the production has been in the making for the past seven years, with contributors aiming to recreate the classic play and re-introdude Oliver Smith‘s flawless sets and Cecil Beaton‘s stunning costumes. And this week the cast has been revealed.... Read More | Share it now!
The National Art School Gallery’s new exhibition Ann Thomson and Contemporaries presents selection of artworks from important artists and teachers at the school from the 1950s and 60s. Opening evening is on Thursday 26 May, and runs at NAS Gallery until 23rd July. The exhibition showcases over 50 paintings, sculptures and works from the school’s Collection and Archive, artist’s personal collections and other private and public collections .... Read More | Share it now!
After entertaining over 50,000 visitors last year, the Cairns Indigenous Art Fair has today announced this year’s program, along with the 2016 event app, presented by Artistic Director Janina Harding. The event encourages Indigenous artists to share their stories and is an ethical point of sale for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art.... Read More | Share it now!