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Western Sydney writer James Elazzi’s unflinching comedy Lady Tabouli has its World Premiere in the Sydney Festival. For any playwright, that’s a big deal. For Elazzi, it’s also an opportunity to showcase Australian stories of a kind that don’t oft...
What You Need To Know About… Omar Musa   The calligraphic tattoo on Omar Musa’s right arm says it all: Penglipur lara. In Malay it has multiple meanings but in its simplest terms, it translates to ‘storyteller’. It’s something Musa was born i...
Actor Lisa Maza chatted to Elissa Blake from Audrey Journal about The Season and just what is this thing called 'Mutton Birding'.  The Season is a play that black and white audiences can relax with and enjoy, Maza says. “I love doing this play bec...

Lauren Carroll Harris from Audrey Journal chatted with Australian playwright, Jane Harrison about her career and the life of her play, Stolen, which will begin it's NSW tour at Riverside in late May.
Theatre critic and blogger Suzy Wrong asks 5 Questions of the director Cristabel Sved and lead actor Dubs Yunupingu in the brand new Australian production of Alice in Wonderland which is playing at Riverside as part of Sydney Festival in January.
It is an exciting time for culture, arts and entertainment as the City of Parramatta is quickly evolving into a sophisticated international city that is rich in diversity and history. As Parramatta discusses the cultural aspirations and directions...

Roll up, roll up! Many people don’t know that Australia is an international leader in circus arts. To celebrate Sydney Festival is transforming Parramatta into Circus City this Summer. Riverside Theatres and Prince Alfred Square will play host to ...

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As Parramatta rapidly changes, Riverside too is reinventing itself. So we would like to welcome you to the brand spanking new publication, CentreStage, from Riverside Theatres, Parramatta. Our first ever edition kicks-off with all things Summer, p...
An inspirational fusion of taiko drumming and Indian dance, the world premiere of Chi Udaka was a highlight of the 2014 Sydney Festival. Following its success, it is about to embark on a national tour, covering five states and four regional sector...

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