Playwright Hannie Rayson's controversial tale of "power and evil" made its debut in 2005, yet its themes revolving around refugees and human rights are arguably even more relevant now.
Rhys Nicholson's new show, I'm Fine, is a beautifully bitchy account of how this socially anxious young man has overcome bullying and social stigma to arrive at a place of mere mild neuroses. ★★★★
It's been a while since we've had a western grace the big screen, so the time is probably right for Antoine Fuqua's remake of the 1960 film The Magnificent Seven.
Love was in the air at Glenelg over the weekend as around 400 writers from all over the country attended the Romance Writers of Australia 25th-anniversary conference, 'Ain't Love Grand!'
Hollywood script consultant Michael Hauge will share the secrets of a great love story with romance writers set to gather in Adelaide in August.
Award-winning Australian writer Candice Fox talks about the dark art of crime fiction and reveals what she has learned from her current collaboration with top US author James Patterson.