THE BUSINESS OF ART | Patrick Livesey has rapidly become a force in Australian theatre, but the artist – recently announced as a recipient of the prestigious Marten Bequest – says their rise has been hastened by the help of many supporters.
Meg Wilson’s uncanny ability to create worlds that defy time and space will be on show in two major Adelaide productions premiering this month – with the dual offering solidifying her reputation as one of the city’s most in-demand theatre artists.
THE BUSINESS OF ART | Singing lessons that were supposed to help Alex De Porteous pursue a career as a sound engineer quickly became the foundation for a life on stage after the young artist was adopted into Adelaide’s cabaret community.
THE BUSINESS OF ART | Thomas Fonua’s journey from full-time contemporary dancer to becoming one of Australia’s most celebrated drag queens, an independent artist and community leader is book-ended by seminal Adelaide Fringe experiences.
THE BUSINESS OF ART: Theatre artist Andi Snelling set herself the goal of only engaging in creative work. After a move to Adelaide and the launch of an arts mentoring business, that vision has quickly been realised.
THE BUSINESS OF ART: It was a move to London that made Reuben Kaye an international cabaret star, but it was a trip to Adelaide Fringe that gave him the confidence to pursue a career as an original solo artist.
THE BUSINESS OF ART | As stage producer Richard Jordan wraps on a four-show digital season at Adelaide Fringe, the Tony, Emmy and Olivier-awarded industry heavyweight highlights how the festival drives arts innovation – in Australia and abroad.