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A Cirque du Soleil performer has died in Las Vegas after falling some 15 metres during a performance of the stage show Ka.
Shoes with GPS and digital cosmetics with hologram colour are among the latest projects from fashion designers embracing technology.
Tired of limited opportunities, two musicians have put private money on the line to found an international online competition.
Minchin’s interpretation of the Roald Dahl classic for the RSC was nominated for 12 Tony awards and won four of them.
A performance artist challenges a grant-maker’s decision and wins.
Opinions & Analysis
Performance poet, rapper, playwright – Kate Tempest is a lot of literary things. Is this the future of poetry?
The Sydney Comedy Festival (SCF) 2013 has announced this year's winners, which include comedians from all over the world.
'Somebody That I Used To Know' won two Grammys for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance and Record of the Year but loses royalty money
Nazi themed German opera has been cancelled after audience members seek medical treatment.
Angry creditors who performed at Peats Ridge have joined the queue of artists asking what they can do when they don't get paid.
Arts Centre Melbourne has picked a winner: Einstein on the Beach has snagged the Olivier Award for Best New Opera Production.
An Australian AD heads to Amsterdam, a British producer heads here and the PM may have cause for concern.
Playwrights are doing less writing and more listening as they rework true-life stories from gay parenting to race riots.
Justin Bieber upset many people with a flippant comment at the Anne Frank House but he was much less offensive than the response of his ignorant fans.
Comedian and some time reviewer Xavier Toby gets a taste of his own medicine when his comedy shows are reviewed by others.
A charming production based on Michelle Magorian’s popular children's novel, about the friendship between a London evacuee and an elderly recluse.
After delighting Melbourne audiences in 2012, the multi-award winning band of buffoons, Idiots of Ants return with a new hour of fast- paced comedy.
Thousands of people gathered in Tokyo to celebrate the reopening of the Kabukiza Theatre.
Truman Capote's cremated remains were invited to Broadway debut of Breakfast at Tiffany's, but didn't attend.
David Mitchell and Michel van der Aa have joined forces to create multimedia opera ‘Sunken Garden.’
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