The Pajama Men

Barry Award winning duo,The Pajama Men are back in town for the Melbourne International Comedy Festival with their unique brand of physical comedy. They spoke to Australian Stage's Lee Bemrose.

Michael Workman

Google "Michael Workman" and you won't find out a hell of a lot about his new comedy show Ave Loretta. In fact, interrogating him about the show doesn't reveal much about it either. “Let's just say it's about music,” is all he's prepared to give away.

Tobias Cole

Tobias Cole, a leading artist with Opera Australia, talks to Gillian Wills about Opera Queensland’s forthcoming production of J.S. Bach’s St Matthew Passion, a tragic story about betrayal and forbearance. 

Tim Corkeron

Go to an orchestral concert and the chances are your ear will be drawn to the violin, the cello, the clarinet, the flute or the oboe. The Queensland Symphony Orchestra’s new series Concerti Soloists affords audiences the chance to hear several “Cinderella” instruments in a new way.

Denton Chikura

Award-winning, London-based Two Gents Productions has embarked on their first tour of Australia, having received enormous critical acclaim for their explorations of Shakespeare's classic plays.

Amber Hasler

To many Perth dwellers it may appear that the Fringe Festival was a new innovation in 2012. A brief chat with Amber Hasler soon dispels this notion.

Stephen Sewell

25 years have passed since Stephen Sewell’s stage play HATE was first produced. 25 years which have seen numerous changes take place in the Australian cultural landscape and of course, in the Australian psyche.

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Christian McBride’s New Jawn

‘Saving the best til last’ is how the Melbourne International Jazz Festival announced legendary bassist Christian McBride on the festival’s closing night.

Saint Joan | Sydney Theatre Company

STC’s new production of Saint Joan comes firmly recommended, reworking Shaw’s original text in a robust new version filled with passionate and moving performances.

Snow White | Ballet Preljocaj

This production of Snow White is spectacular. Strong and sensual woman lead the way and this production will change the way you view this classic fairy tale.

Three Solos | Kim Myhr, Tony Buck and Peter Knight

The Substation in Newport has an industrial history which has been minimally (and respectfully) refurbished as an art space, that provided the ideal venue for Three Solos.

Bliss | Belvoir

In what might be either a psychotic break or a divine revelation, Harry Joy concludes that when he “died” it was not his old life to which he returned, but rather has found himself in Hell.

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