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Much ado about Barry

On Humphries’s brand of confronting comedy and the renaming of the Barry Award

Barrie Kosky’s reimagined ‘The Magic Flute’ heads for Australia

The director on why his film-inspired production almost didn’t happen

‘Manus’: troubling and obligatory viewing

An Iranian play brings stories of Australia’s offshore detention centres to the Adelaide Festival

Ned Kelly as you’ve never seen him before

Composer Luke Styles on his opera that casts the bushranger in a new light

‘Barbara and the Camp Dogs’: politics and heart in the pub

Part cracking musical, part Indigenous family drama, Belvoir’s latest production deserves to go far

Liveworks in review: ambitious, engrossing

The annual festival of experimental art energised Sydney’s Carriageworks over ten days

‘The Second Woman’: a triumph of endurance theatre

Nat Randall plays a five-minute scene of attempted reconciliation – with 100 different men over 24 hours

The strange magic of ‘Rhetorical Chorus’

Agatha Gothe-Snape’s performance work interrogates and celebrates one of the great conceptual artists

Painting the picture

Audio describers bring theatre to life for the vision impaired

A family in flux

Taylor Mac’s ‘HIR’ at Belvoir is not your average kitchen-sink drama

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