Vanitas: an app to die for
An app that lets audience members experience Melbourne General Cemetery like never before? Victorian College of the Arts Lecturer in Theatre Robert Walton explains more. By Robert Walton, …
Production notes: set designing at the VCA
Third-year Victorian College of the Arts student Alex Rothnie took a circuitous route into Production. His highlight so far? Working as a set designer on the …
Stephanie Lake: How to Choreograph a Crush
Her work as a dancer and choreographer is feted internationally, but that won’t stop Lake suffering opening night nerves By Paul Dalgarno Stephanie Lake has a …
VCA students bring Frisk festival back to Natimuk
By Alix Bromley Following the success of the 2014 tour, the Victorian College of the Arts’ Frisk Festival returned to Natimuk in November 2015 after it premiered …
Generators video: Exploring Aboriginal identity in dance
Filmmaker Eddie Diamandi explores choreographer Mariaa Randall’s dance practice and Indigenous heritage.
Video: New and old music collide in Shock of the Old
Old instruments played new pieces and vice versa in a collaboration between the Early and New Music Studios.
Naughty, bawdy, gaudy, sporty – it’s 42nd Street
Photo gallery: Graduating music theatre and production students bring the Broadway classic to life.
Students rub shoulders with world-class musicians at Mimir Festival
Video: Mimir Festival brought together international chamber music superstars, students and audiences at Melba Hall.
Two plus two equals 1984: Orwell’s nightmare or smug satire?
Robert Reid reviews Headlong Theatre’s adaptation of 1984.
Surreal stories make the best operas
By Katherine Smith Here’s a challenge: take a book with very little dialogue, a book that has birds and war as its two dominant themes, that …
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