2016 February


“It is rare on our stages and screens to see Japanese Australians depicted as anything other than enemy soldiers, ruthless businessmen or clueless tourists.” – Annette Shun Wah, Yasukichi Murakami – Through a Distant Lens Producer. Right Now’s Kev...
Deemed “Australia’s best literary stage adapters” by Aussie Theatre, one of Australia’s leading contemporary theatre companies, shake & stir, commemorates their 10th anniversary this year.
Bangarra Dance Theatre's award-winning production Terrain comes to Riverside Theatres in March, before touring nationally. Ahead of this tour, Rohan Shearn from Australian Arts Review caught up with Terrain's award-winning choreographer Frances Ri...

Welly O'Brien hadn’t even considered a career in dance until after she lost a leg in an accident in 1994 at the age of 19, but a chance encounter with Candoco Dance Company changed all that. Carmel Smith from londondance.com interviewed Welly at t...
After receiving a series of “bravo” calls after each song at their concert at City Recital Hall, José Carbó, Slava and Leonard Grigoryan are bringing their magical concert My Latin Heart to Riverside Theatres. Carolyn McDowall from TheCultureConce...
Considered the most accomplished Hindustani slide guitarist alive, Debashish Bhattacharya brings his universal appeal to his exotic mesh of classical Indian and bluesy Western music. Debashish will be performing at Riverside in March, accompanied ...

"As parents we all want our kids to have a positive experience of the world." Liane Morris writes about Riverside Theatres family program and the importance of theatre and live performance for kids.
Riverside Theatres education program continues to go from strength to strength. Bec Caton from AussieTheatre reports.

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