Wolfe BowartWolfe Bowart is a performer, teacher, writer and one half of physical  theatre company The Schneedles. He is about to embark on a major tour of his acclaimed one-man show - LaLaLuna.

He spoke to Simon Piening about the show and life as the moon's caretaker

Angus CeriniAngus Cerini is a solo performer with a strong dance/physical theatre background. His works deal largely with contemporary masculinity and explore issues of social justice.

Angus spoke to Simon Piening about his latest work, Chapters from the pandemic

Sean PeterSean Peter is a multi award winning writer/composer having worked with many of Australia's leading arts companies including Sydney Theatre Company, Company B and the Sydney Symphony.

He spoke to Simon Piening about his latest musical theatre work, Everything's F**ked.

Alyson CampbellAlyson Campbell is a theatre director and producer who is currently undertaking her PhD at the University of Melbourne, researching the work of Sarah Kane.

She spoke with Paul Andrew about her new production of Kane's 4:48 Psychosis

Kristy EdmundsAfter creating two highly acclaimed festivals in 2005 and 2006, Kristy Edmunds returns in 2007 as Artistic Director of the Melbourne International Arts Festival.

Jan Chandler spoke to Kristy about reactions to last years festival, and what she has in store for 2007

Stephen SondheimThe Theatre Royal foyer was packed beyond capacity. Shuffling my way through to the cloak room, I could hear an excited buzz, everyone was talking about the prospect of seeing and hearing from a genius of the modern theatre.

Michael Finn shares his recollections on An Audience with Stephen Sondheim

Monica SayersSince graduating from NIDA in 2004, Monica Sayers has appeared on television in 'Last Man Standing', 'Love My Way' and 'All Saints,' and on stage in the phenomenally successful 'The Subtle Art of Flirting" and 'Grounds For Marriage.'

Simon Piening spoke to her about her latest role in the return season of Dead Caesar - The Chaser's War on Ancient Rome.

Conor McPhersonDublin-born Conor McPherson exploded onto the world theatre scene in 1997 with The Weir and is regarded as one of the UK’s leading playwrights. Last week his play Shining City premiered in Melbourne and in July, an earlier work, St Nicholas will open in Perth.

Paul Andrew interviewed Conor McPherson and asked him about his inspiration as a playwright.

Most read reviews

The Wizard of Oz

How often do you have the opportunity to relive your childhood, with your own adult ‘child’ next to you?

Spring Awakening | Hills Musical Company

It’s a brave director who mounts a work addressing full frontally taboo issues like teen sex, masturbation, physical and sexual abuse, homosexuality, abortion, injustice, oppression of minorities and suicide.

In-laws, outlaws & other people (that should be shot) | Blackwood Players

Despite its grammatical inaccuracy, the title of this play by Steve Franco is beguiling and the Blackwood Players took it on with gusto.

Muriel's Wedding – The Musical | Sydney Theatre Company and Global Creatures

Every so often a show comes along that defies your preconceptions and exceeds your expectations to such an extent that it leaves your head spinning.

Burlesque by Force | Brodie John

Burlesque by Force is persistently provocative, munificent and shrewd.

Most read news

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child to open in Melbourne 2019

 Sonia Friedman, Colin Callender and Harry Potter Theatrical Productions, producers of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, have today confirmed the record-breaking production will open in early 2019 in Melbourne, Australia, exclusively and only at Melbourne’s Princess Theatre.

Telstra Ballet Award Nominees Announced

 Six talented dancers of The Australian Ballet have been announced as nominees for the prestigious Telstra Ballet Dancer Award. Now in its 15th year, the award recognises rising stars that embody what it means to thrive.

Wendy McCarthy to step down as Circus Oz Chair

Wendy McCarthy AO has announced that she will retire as Circus Oz Chair at the end of October after nine years in the role.

Theatre Without Limits

If you miss a theatre show’s season then you have missed it for good. However, a new wave of theatre free from the limitations of time, location and cost is arriving to showcase some of Adelaide’s best emerging actors, writers and director.

Mullum Music Festival Youth Mentorship Winners

Mullum Music Festival is thrilled to announce the winners of this year’s Youth Mentorship Program with winners coming from as far as Brisbane and Sydney.

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