SticksnStones

On Friday 27 May at 6.30pm the Deakin Edge Theatre at Federation Square will host a unique performance by Melbourne Playback Theatre, SticksnStones. Jan Chandler had the pleasure of speaking with the Creative Director Lenka Vanderboom.

Glenn Wright

Glenn Wright, Mullum Music Festival director and Bello Winter Music Festival co-director, is ‘walking the talk’ and he took time from his busy schedule to talk to Australian Stage about this year’s Bello festival.

Madame Butterfly

Opening this weekend, this free exhibition – Stage Presence: Design from the Australian Performing Arts Collection – is the third in a series presented by the Arts Centre Melbourne (ACM) to showcase Australia’s most extensive collection of stage and costume design from the late 19th century to the present.

Prince

Dear Prince, I want to start by saying thank you. Thank you for being the person you are, and thank you for giving us your music. I know it might be strange to start a review in this way, but there it is. We don’t often get to say thank-you to those people who inspire us and shape the way we think.

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