Peter Cousens has been performing for almost 30 years, playing major roles in Les Miserables, Phantom of the Opera and Miss Saigon to name but a few. He is the Founder, CEO and Artistic Director of Kookaburra, Australia’s National Musical Theatre Company.

He spoke to Australian Stage’s Michael Finn about their latest production, Tell Me On A Sunday, which opens in Melbourne this week.







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