Derelict pianos, Chinese junks, giant cockroaches, miniature houses … These are just some of the attractions of next year’s Ten Days on the Island, kicking off in March. 

Australian Stage’s Briony Kidd gets the low down from Artistic Director Elizabeth Walsh.

The National Institute of Circus Arts (NICA) presents Rhapsody, which according to its press release, is a bold and raw hour of circus with a chip on its shoulder.

Ahead of its debut on 2 December 2008, Anna Lozynski spoke to the multi-talented and award winning Sally Richardson, devisor and director of this exciting, new contemporary work.

I Like This is the first show for The Next Move, a series of performances created by the next generation of Australian dance makers and presented by Chunky Move.

Debuting in Melbourne on 20 November 2008, Anna Lozynski spoke to Byron Perry before opening night. 

Having recently completed a number of sell out performances in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane, Lior spoke to Australian Stage’s Brad Syke ahead of his appearance next month at the Adelaide International Guitar Festival.

Multi-award winning cabaret artist and comedian Eddie Perfect, takes on the role of Australia's Spin King, in his new production - Shane Warne The Musical.

Currently in rehearsals, Eddie spoke to Australian Stage's Paul Kooperman ahead of next month's Premiere.

In only its second year, the Adelaide International Guitar Festival is already arguably the largest “single instrument” festival in the world and has rapidly found it’s place on the international music calendar.

Oz rock legend, John Swan (AKA Swanee) of The Party Boys speaks to Australian Stage's Brad Syke.

The Australian Institute of Classical Dance presents Dance Creation 2008, which opens in Melbourne on 31 October 2008.

Anna Lozynski interviewed former Senior Artist of The Australian Ballet and emerging choreographer, Tim Harbour about the showcase.

Acclaimed Tasmanian-based puppet and visual theatre company, Terrapin, is currently engaged in a three-year exploration of 'digital puppetry.'

Australian Stage's Briony Kidd talks to Frank Newman, Artistic Director of Terrapin since 2007.

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