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Madonna was banned by a US cinema chain for texting at a premiere. But has 'content grazing' changed what's acceptable behaviour?
At just 3 x 6 metres, Korean artist Lee Jee Young’s studio space will awe and inspire you.
Bits & Blogs
Best known for his starring role in Lawrence of Arabia, the Irish actor passed away in a London hospital after a long illness.
When you are first starting out becoming a theatre producer may seem unattainable, but with the right contacts and attitude it’s a goal that could be well within reach.
The music legend is more than meets the ear, as is evident in his new sculptural exhibition.
An historical martial arts epic that is both frenetic and contemplative.
The comeback song from the indie pop songstress takes aim at sexism in the music industry, changing the meaning of 'grow a pair'.
In Egypt, where public theatre is often seen as a thinly veiled mouthpiece for the government, independent artists are revolutionaries whose work stands in marked contrast to the state-approved flag-waving productions.
Committing time and focus to a performance may tap the benefits of meditation, mindfulness and rest.
Taking your show on the road isn’t cheap, but there are definitely advantages to finding new audiences interstate.
Opinions & Analysis
Two of Albert Namatjira’s grandchildren will travel to London with Big hART’s award-winning production in November.
Actors love a good death scene – and audiences do too, it seems, whether played straight or for laughs.
Five Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander arts leaders have been selected to take part in the British Council’s ACCELERATE.
The open access model ensures that the Fringe spirit is truly represented.
Is a theatre company smart or cowardly to ban a critic from its show?
God is raising an army of actors, models and entertainers, claims a talent agency feeding Christians their lines.
What is it like to go the theatre if you can't see anything? After years of whispering and wondering, a blind musicals-lover has found a better way.
Fringe festivals are popping up everywhere and more popular than many of the curated arts festivals. Audiences love seeing new work by upcoming artists, with the work accessible and affordable. For many artists it’s where their careers start.
Punchdrunk teams up with the National Theatre to create a compelling piece of immersive drama.
Small-to-medium Australian performing arts companies are enjoying a growing international reputation but at a high cost.
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