Theatre

The theatre sector in Australia is a ‘broad church’ which encompasses several spheres of activity. This includes commercial, professional subsidised, unsubsidised independent, participatory, community, and amateur theatre. Within these spheres there is a diversity of genres, including: plays and scripted work, music theatre and cabaret, circus and physical theatre, installation theatre performance, puppetry, media-based theatre work, live art, and contemporary inter-disciplinary performance. 

The view from 2014 is of a sector that is keen to keep pace with the broader environment. Theatre artists, organisations and enablers (such as producers) are highly attuned to the interests and needs of national and international audiences, and evolving platforms for engagement.

The theatre sector in Australia is a ‘broad church’ which encompasses several spheres of activity.

Online course: Arts and Culture Strategy

Arts leaders have a rewarding but tough task: creating sustainable organisations that can deliver real value to society. Being an effective leader means that you have to constantly adapt and cleverly use the best tools at your disposal to reach as many people as possible. This online course is designed to help leaders at any level do just that.

This course has been made available by the National Arts Strategies (NAS) in the US and is the result of an exciting partnership between the University of Pennsylvania and NAS.

The course is available on demand, meaning you can start learning when and where it is most appropriate for you. The course is free.

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Online course: Arts and Culture Strategy
Online course: Arts and Culture Strategy

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Image: Women in Theatre exhibition trailer 2014 Credit: Australia Council
Women in Theatre celebrates the contemporary Australian theatre scene, where Women share their personal stories, recollections and reflections.
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