Toby Schmitz is an actor, writer and director, currently playing the title role in the B Sharp production of Ruben Guthrie by Brendan Cowell.

Toby spoke to Australian Stage's Augusta Supple.

After making his mark in hometown Krakow in the early 1960s and bringing the free-jazz movement to Europe, Stanko has travelled the world with his challenging but delicate compositions.

On a phone from Warsaw, Stanko shares his musical motivations with Australian Stage's Georgia Fox

Wayne Blair is the recently appointed Artistic Associate of Belvoir St Theatre - what that means, he says, he’s not exactly sure - but he’s got an office.

The Chaser boys have been “striving for mediocrity in a world of excellence since 1999” and whether you love them or you hate them, they’re like tuberculosis; once you think they’ve quieted down, up they pop again.

Currently touring with their new stage show, The Age of Terror Variety Hour, Andrew Hansen spoke to Australian Stage's Amanda Tyler.

Growing up in Hobart in the early nineties, I remember only two notable trips to the ‘mainland’. The first was a family holiday that culminated in a much-anticipated trip to The Phantom of the Opera at the Princess Theatre. I bought the glow-in-the-dark tank top.

Robert Chuter is an acclaimed theatre director with 30 years experience in the Australian performing arts industry. Currently in rehearsal for a revival of the classic Australian play, Dimboola, he spoke to Australian Stage's Simon Piening

Busting Out! started out as 'D-Cuppetry' in 2006 and returns to the 2008 Melbourne International Comedy Festival. Creator/performer Emma Powell spoke to Australian Stage's Simon Piening.

When Graeme Murphy’s modern take on Swan Lake premiered back in 2002, Adam Bull, a fresh faced corps de ballet dancer, spent 70 minutes of the performance standing on stage holding a waiter’s tray.

In the return season of Murphy's acclaimed production, Adam plays the lead role of The Prince. He spoke to Australian Stage's Stephanie Glickman.

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