Perhaps its Ian Meadow’s ability to see the universal as local, and vice versa which ensures that Small Things Productions is about to embrace some big themes, big issues?

Following a successful season at the Adelaide Fringe Festival, The Attack of the 40 Foot Wedge debuts at the Butterfly Club in Melbourne tonight for 4 shows only.

Ahead of opening night, Anna Lozynski spoke with the award-winning and vivacious star of this cabaret show, Nikki Aitkens.

The award winning soprano, Michelle Buscemi, stars as Zerlina in Victorian Opera’s Don Giovanni, which is currently being performed at National Theatre in St Kilda.

In the midst of performing one of Mozart’s seminal operas, Anna Lozynski spoke with Michelle Buscemi.

Hassan Abdulrazzak has a soft, almost shy demeanor. The 30 something Iraqi writer is thrilled to be in Sydney for the premier of his play Baghdad Wedding.

Hassan Abdulrazzak spoke to Australian Stage's Jane Barton.

The gorgeous and multi-talented Ali McGregor returns to this year’s Melbourne International Comedy Festival, along with her sassy show, ‘Ali McGregor’s Late-Nite Variety-Nite Night’.

Anna Lozynski caught up with Ali McGregor to get a sneak preview.

After a sensational Australian premiere season at the Victorian Arts Centre in 2006, one of New York's hottest dance companies, Complexions Contemporary Ballet returns to Australia for a limited season only.

Ahead of opening night, Anna Lozynski spoke with one of the company's talented dancers, Natalia Alonso.

As Wesley Enoch chats with Australian Stage’s Sarah Wells from sweltering Melbourne in the wake of the successful first run of visual theatre company ERTH’s The Nargun and the Stars, the award winning director is ebullient.

The inaugural concert season at the Melbourne Recital Centre in Southbank commences on 8 February 2009.

Ahead of the opening, Anna Lozynski spoke to David Barmby about his role and Melbourne’s latest artistic landmark.

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