When cabaret drag diva extraordinaire Trevor Ashley couldn't find guests for his very first TV show episode, it was no big drama – he just dived into his walk-in wardrobe.
It's been a long and difficult journey of drama and controversy, all tumbling together into an uproarious night of musical fun.
Following waves of controversy, the upcoming Sydney Opera House show formally known as ‘trAnnie’ has changed its name.
A new comedy set for Sydney Opera House is under fire from transpeople who view the word "tranny" as just as offensive as "faggot" or the n-word.
After sell-out seasons of Fat Swan at Sydney's Seymour Centre and at the Spigeltent in Melbourne, Natalie Portly is back in Sydney to delight and disgust audiences - but this time she's brought a couple of new friends with her.
One of Sydney's first big parties of 2012 will star several of the city's best-known gay event entertainers, artistically shown in the newly-revealed poster for the Mexican-themed event.
The glitter, glamour and loud musical numbers were out in force at a star-studded event on Monday night to honour the leading performers, productions and the talented crew that helped make 2010 a very strong theatre season for Sydney.
Some of Australia’s favourite entertainers from the worlds of musical theatre and cabaret are set to celebrate the music of legendary composer and lyricist Stephen Sondheim at this year’s Sydney World AIDS Day concert.
Trevor Ashley wigged out on stage at the Opera House's studio space last night, treating his mostly gay audience to a fabulous pick-n-mix of diva singing stars.
Work it, girl! Aussie drag artiste Trevor Ashley is set to frock up again – this time following in the footsteps of John Travolta as Hairspray's funny mummy.