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* Contents derived from the 2019 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Australian Musical Theatre Gets a New Approach Thanks to Priscilla Queen of the Desert Producer, Hannah Reich , single work column

'In the climax of Gillian Armstrong's 1982 film Starstruck, wannabe star Jackie Mullins (Jo Kennedy) gatecrashes onto the stage at the Sydney Opera House to sing "It's the monkey in me that makes me want to do it" to an uproarious New Year's Eve crowd.' (Introduction)

South Asian Witches Are the Heroes, Not Tokens, in Newly Printed Australian Comic Witchy, Teresa Tan , single work column

'Three faceless, cloaked figures loom large on the front steps of the Ahmadzai abode. The young girl at the door — Nyneve — doesn't know it yet, but today is her father's last. The Witch Burners have come to burn him at the stake. His crime? Being born with hair deemed too long.' (Introduction)

Indigenous Actress Miranda Tapsell Dedicates Performance to Kumanjayi Walker, Ben Nielsen , single work column

'Indigenous actress Miranda Tapsell says the issue of deaths in custody is one that impacts everyone, following the alleged shooting of Kumanjayi Walker.' (Summary)

Ben Quilty Paints Trauma of Myall Creek and Other Australian Massacre Sites in Rorschach Landscapes, Dee Jefferson , single work column

'When Ben Quilty duxed Year 11 art (the same year his careers advisor told him not to go to art school), he was presented with a book about Australian landscape painting — and he saw Henry James Johnstone's iconic 1880 painting Evening Shadows, Backwater of the Murray, South Australia.' (Summary)

Tragedy for Children's Book Author Bren MacDibble Sparked a Complete Life Change – for the Better, Samille Mitchell , single work column

'When award-winning children's book author Bren MacDibble watched her Melbourne home burn three years ago, she could never have known how much her life would change — for the better.' (Summary)

Belvoir Premieres Australian Play That Puts James Packer and Father Kerry in Context of Media's Toxic Masculinity, Michaela Boland , single work column

'The curtain call for a new play about the fabled Packer dynasty is instructive.' (Summary)

Clive James — Writer, TV Broadcaster and Critic — Dies Aged 80, single work obituary

'One of Australia's most acclaimed cultural exports, Clive James, has died in England aged 80.'

The Trail-blazing Australian McDonagh Sisters Found a Voice through Silent Film, Miyuki Jokiranta , single work column

'As sisters, they grew up as part of Sydney's social elite; listening in as their parents entertained celebrities with glittering soirees.' (Summary)

Clive James's Quotes on Everything from the Afterlife to Game of Thrones, single work column

'Clive James's career saw him touch on any number of subjects across decades in television, radio, poetry, journalism, literature and just about everything in between.' (Summary)

Tall Poppy Syndrome Struck Our Brightest — but Clive James Seemed Exempt, Virginia Trioli , single work column

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