Camille O'Sullivan
Camille O'Sullivan fans of Australia, get excited now; the French/Irish performer is bringing her bag of tricks to town. She talks to Australian Stage about her love of music and entertaining, the car crash that changed her life, and the time she totally ruined The Spiegeltent.

An Officer and a Gentleman

One of the most anticipated productions of the year, An Officer and a Gentleman premiered in Sydney earlier this year. Australian Stage's Eliza Eggler speaks to the writers and cast.

Phillip Kavanagh
Phillip Kavanagh is the winner of The Patrick White Playwrights' Award, a $7,500 prize for an unproduced script, for his play Little Borders. He spoke to Australian Stage's Paul Andrew.

In May of this year, Patricia Cornelius was honoured with the Patrick White Playwrights' Fellowship, designed to acknowledge one individual for their commitment and dedication to Australian playwriting throughout their career.

Ariel Dorfman

It is fitting perhaps that the novelist, playwright, human rights activist, academic and Chilean exile Ariel Dorfman can only be accessed from Australia through the written word.

Zoe Keating
Very much in demand the world over and apparently constantly on tour, Zoe Keating graciously gave a little of her precious time to answer a few questions for Australian Stage – just hours before performing back-to-back shows.

Malice Toward None
In 2012, Chris Aronsten will have two new plays staged in Sydney: Malice Toward None at the Old Fitzroy Theatre and The Lunch Hour at the Darlinghurst Theatre. He speaks to Australian Stage's Paul Andrew.


The Exchange features two programs by two groups of exciting young artists. Australian Stage's Lauren Sherritt speaks to Jeff Stein – Creative Producer of The Exchange project.

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The Umbilical Brothers

You don’t need to flex your visual imagination muscle in the latest show from The Umbilical Brothers. Because two green screens, a lot of cameras, special effects, computer power and an onstage tech wizard named “Doug” do it for you.

Jo Bloom

Jo Bloom is Head of Education Development at the Australian Shakespeare Company.

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The Little Prince | Broadway Entertainment Group

Le Petit Prince or The Little Prince is a most beloved tale by the French pilot, writer and aristocrat, Antoin de Saint-Exupéry. A fable that will resonate no matter how old you are or whatever your life story. 

The Appleton Ladies' Potato Race | State Theatre Company South Australia

There's something special about Aussie rural country towns. They all share some characteristics but they also each have their own treasured, unique traditions and private aspirations for their future, and a pride in their particular identity.

Happy Days | Red Line Productions

A feminine counterpart to Krapps’s Last Tape, but funnier, and arguably less dour, Happy Days is happier, with wishful wisps of hope and a wistful whisper of nostalgia.

James Flynn Quintet

Popular entertainer James Flynn returned for a swinging weekend of jazz on the 4th and 5thof June.

Switzerland | Drill Hall Theatre Company

It is a skewed symbiosis that unravels before the audience as the interaction between such strong characters carries us all on their treacherous verbal ride, the banter between the two protagonists is unyielding.