Announcing the 2019 First Nations Emerging Critic: choreographer, dancer and artistic powerhouse Jacob Boehme
New on Witness
‘I find myself not only questioning the value of these tears, but also their cost. Who pays for these tears?’: Robert Reid on the Little Ones Theatre’s Merciless Gods
The artifical dilemma of binaries: Robert Reid on Fifteen Minutes from Anywhere’s return season of Cock
What are Relaxed Performances? Who are they for? And why do they matter? Tom Middleditch, artistic director of A-tistic, gives us the lowdown
As Next Wave opens its callout for artist submissions to the 2020 festival, Alison Croggon speaks to festival director Roslyn Helper about power, art and hope
What does it mean when theatre changes the rules? Robert Reid dives into the worlds of immersion, participation, performance and play.
First Nations Emerging Critic Carissa Lee discusses why culturally informed reviews are crucial for Indigenous performance
The first Spotlight Podcast, a new series of investigative podcasts produced by Witness sound man Ben Keene, The Bridge explores the remount late last year of The Bridge, Vicki Reynolds’ verbatim play about the West Gate Bridge disaster, and how communities deal with trauma, memory and healing
For our final Witness Interview of 2018, Robert Reid talks to Ming-Zhu Hii about many things, including artistic risk, the commodification of the arts, racial representation and the early days of blogging.
The final episode of Robert Reid’s first series of Witness Histories looks at the past forty years, bringing us up to the present day