This year, Australia's own internationally acclaimed Circus Oz officially celebrates 30 years of performing.

Speaking to Australian Stage's Jan Chandler, Circus Oz General Manager Linda Mickleborough looks back to where it all began and shares her thoughts about the future of this iconic Australian company.

Angus Grant plays the character of Melchior in Spring Awakening, written by Frank Wedekind and directed by Simon Stone, opening at Belvoir Downstairs this week.

In the lead up to Opening Night he spoke to Australian Stage's Sonia Allan.

Glenn Perry is the librettist of a number of highly successful operas for ChamberMade, including Fresh Ghosts and The Possessed, with another adaptation currently in the works – Tim Winton’s That Eye The Sky.

Glenn spoke to Australian Stage's Simon Piening about his latest work, The Children's Bach, which opens in Melbourne this week.

The Studio at the Sydney Opera House has developed its reputation as a kaleidoscopic venue that hosts international and local artists, embraces a smorgasbord of diverse, provocative, innovative and acclaimed entertainment, all under the all-seeing eye of Executive Producer, Virginia Hyam.

Fin Kennedy's ‘How To Disappear Completely and Never Be Found,’ was turned down by almost every major theatre company in London before winning the prestigious John Whiting Award for New Theatre Writing.

Ahead of its Australian Premiere by Melbourne company Hoy Polloy Theatre, Fin Kennedy spoke to Australian Stage's Simon Piening

Ana Marina plays opposite Anthony Warlow in Andrew Lloyd Webber's Phantom of the Opera opening in Sydney this week.

Ana Marina spoke to Australian Stage's Alexandra Coghlan about her favourite role.

Oscar and Grammy award winning Composer and Lyricist, Stephen Schwartz spoke to Australian Stage during his recent visit to Oz to launch his mega-musical "Wicked"

The Company B production of Martin McDonagh's highly acclaimed, The Pillowman opens next month.

Director Craig Ilott spoke to Australian Stage's Brett Casben.

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