Flinders University student Leila Nazimi has won the Governor’s International Student of the Year Award.
Flinders graduates will once again play key roles in the State Theatre Company of South Australia’s new season program.
Extraordinary and sometimes alarming tales of the gods and heroes of Circassian myth will come to life as part of a Flinders production The Doom of Sosruquo at the Bakehouse Theatre from June 10 to 14
Flinders drama graduate Veronica Porcaro is using her acting skills to help health professionals in learning to deal sensitively with patients in distress.
Flinders University acting and directing students had the privilege of working alongside some of the country’s most experienced and awarded dramatists last week.
A long-running, episodic friendship led piano legend Alfred Brendel to approach Professor Michael Morley to edit the English version of his new book.
The Bard really does turn up everywhere – this year’s Fringe will find Titania and Oberon scheming against each other in a bushland setting outside Nairne in the Adelaide Hills.
Brecht expert, pianist and long-time teacher of drama at Flinders, emeritus Professor Michael Morley has been honoured with the Premier’s Award for Lifetime Achievement at the 2011 State awards for the performing arts, the Ruby Awards.
Professor Julie Holledge of the Drama Department at Flinders has received an ARC Discovery Grant for a project that will track performances of works by Henrik Ibsen, the 19th century Norwegian dramatist whose plays are still performed all around the world.