In this interview, Rachael tells us about her experiences acting in this truly inspirational story, ‘The Sapphires.’
The lesser known fairy tale characters are in the limelight in Ursula Yovich’s one-woman show.
Pecan Summer is framed by tens of thousands of years of culture and chronicles 70 years of dispossession.
Following a hugely successful opening, Bangarra Dance Theatre has announced six new shows.
Hopefully, the award will give Leah the opportunity to keep telling stories from an Indigenous perspective.
Bangarra Dance Theatre’s Stephen Page talks about the evolution of the nations leading Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander performing arts organisation.
Music, mayhem and magic – a children’s classic is brought to life on the stage, with one of our favourite stars shining in a leading role
Brothers Wreck – a dramatised twist on suicide, not from the victim’s perspective but the struggles of those left to cope
‘Patyegarang’ commemorates the story of a young Eora woman who shared her culture and language with one of the first settlers, Lieutenant William Dawes
From Alice Springs to Sydney Harbour by way of Blackout and Bachelor of the Year, Aaron Pedersen’s life thus far has been one adventure after the other
The National Final and Showcase of Australia’s premier Aboriginal comedy program, Deadly Funny had everyone in hysterics
An interview from 2005 with the hilarious, quirky and talented Luke Carroll
Past Deadly Funny participants Sean Choolburra and Kevin Kropinyeri are teaming up for the deadliest comedy bill ever
A new dance theatre performance which aims to promote the acceptance of curves for the dancers and audience
Djuki Mala has taken their self-titled unique, quirky and surprising – but equally as heart-warming – act on a national tour
The Love Child actor is cementing a solid reputation for quality
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