Iain Grandage

Iain Grandage has been a significant presence on the Australian stage for over a decade, having composed and/or performed with nearly every major theatre company in the country. He spoke to Australian Stage's Paul Andrew.

Fez Faanana
Fez Faanana performs in BRIEFS, a "circus-infused variety show for the not-so-faint-hearted" as part of the 2013 Sydney Festival. He spoke to Australian Stage's Paul Andrew.

Milos Karadaglic
Carol Middleton spoke to classical guitarist Milos Karadaglic, who is playing Melbourne Recital Centre as part of his Australia tour.

Bernadette Robinson
Carol Middleton spoke to Bernadette Robinson, whose show Songs for Nobodies is back for a third season in January 2013.

Leah Purcell
Leah Purcell talks to Australian Stage's Dione Joseph about her latest work, a stage adaptation of Don't Take Your Love To Town – a tribute to the extraordinary life of the woman whom many knew as a chronicler of Indigenous history, an outspoken activist and a brilliant storyteller – Ruby Langford Ginibi.

Towards The Flame
"It's the year of the collaboration," says Natalie Weir choreographer of Expressions Dance who is discussing Towards The Flame, a pioneering initiative prompted by Richard Wenn, the Queensland Symphony Orchestra's Director of Artistic Planning.

Francis Italiano
Every community may have a story to tell - but its not often that we find there are enough listeners. And finding listeners who include mainstream theatre companies isn't always the easiest of achievements.

Declan Greene
One half of Australia's well-known company Sisters Grimm and an award-winning contemporary playwright, Declan Greene speaks to Australian Stage's Eleanor Howlett about compelling plays, vomit and the upcoming Malthouse season of his play Pompeii. L.A.

Most read reviews

Othello | Pop-up Globe

Don’t miss this, it’s as satisfyingly dramatic and spectacular a production of Othello as you’re likely to see.

Voyage of Time | Melbourne Symphony Orchestra

If one were to summaries this production in a single word, that word might very well be “uncertainty”…

Memphis the Musical | StageArt

Continuing their exceptional season of productions, StageArt closes 2017 with perhaps their most ambitious project yet. Memphis, a jukebox musical with an upbeat score and a timely message to Australia.

Do Not Go Gentle | Drill Hall Theatre & Everyman Theatre Company

There are few topics more challenging than death, and the inevitable journey toward this state of non-being. The journey, one might say, is fraught with difficulty as we see our loved ones deteriorate, diminish, dement and lose their way; something we all fear; after all, what will happen to us come the evolution?

No End of Blame | Sport for Jove

Putting the ink into think, Howard Barker’s No End of Blame is as powerful and poignant, perhaps even more so, today, as it was when written, nearly forty years ago.

Most read news

Youngest ever winner of Australian Poetry Slam National Final

Solli Raphael from Coffs Harbour, NSW has been crowned the youngest ever winner of the Australian Poetry Slam National Final.

Best of Australian cabaret in the heart of Ballarat

Ballarat Cabaret Festival is back in the spotlight, taking centre stage in Ballarat from 5 – 8 October.

Sport for Jove announce 2018 Season

Now in it’s eighth successful year offering Sydney audiences an exciting, accessible and powerful voice, Sport for Jove Theatre announce their most exciting season to date.

Sydney Dance Company 2018 Season

 2018 marks Rafael Bonachela’s tenth year as Artistic Director of Sydney Dance Company and his first full-length work since the epic masterpiece 2 One Another and the critically acclaimed Project Rameau in 2012.

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