From the '50s to the '80s, Vivian Maier and her ever-present Rolleiflex camera captured astonishing images of street life: grizzled men proud like...Centre for Contemporary Photography, 404 George St, Fitzroy
Theatre maker Rosyln Oades examines the very distinct ages of 18 and 80 in Hello, Goodbye & Happy Birthday . Based on interviews with...Malthouse Theatre, 113 Sturt St, Southbank
Dance and theatre often come at ideas from totally different viewpoints, so when you combine Dutch choreographer Anouk Van Dijk’s talents with...Southbank Theatre, 140 Southbank Blvd, Southbank
The Melbourne Festival is the most significant arts festival in the city’s calendar, and this year, the organisers are squeezing over 60 music,...Around Melbourne , Around Melbourne, Melbourne
Circus never quite bit the sawdust, but it does seem to be undergoing a renaissance of late. This year’s Melbourne Festival has an arm of the...Arts Centre Melbourne, 100 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne
It knocks you off your feet: Hofesh Shechter on the power of dance.
"We're pretty curious about the Australian audience, about how they will react. We think that how the audience reacts at this moment says something...
He's the darling of the dance world who wants his audiences to act like they're at an all-cheering, all-boozing rock gig. Lyndsey Winship meets...
Time Out speaks with Tom E Lewis about his starring role in a free adaptation of Shakespeare's King Lear.
"I feel very positive about the present. I think the fact that we can even have arguments about gay marriage in the mainstream press is significant."