Michael Gow

After nearly eleven years as Artistic Director of the Queensland Theatre Company, Michael Gow says it’s time to put his energy back into writing.

Dan Evans

Metro Arts, Brisbane’s artistic hub and Matilda Award winning venue for all things arty, darling, are hosting their fifth annual FreeRange program. Dan Evans, talks to Australian Stage's Tessa Leon to shed some dazzling light on FreeRange 2010’s processes.

Andrew Ross

With a decade under its belt, this seemed like the perfect time to talk to Brisbane Powerhouse Artistic Director Andrew Ross about where the building on the river has been, and where it's going.

Emma Pursey
Australian Stage's Amy Hyslop interviews Emma Pursey about ‘Til Death Do Us Part, a Brides of Frank production - part of BF09 UNDER THE RADAR, Brisbane Festivals 16 day curated fringe festival.

Lior is putting on a puppet show. It's another example of the soothing singer-songwriter putting the music first, he tells Australian Stage's Jason Whittaker

From humble beginnings in 1985, Brisbane-based Harvest Rain Theatre Company has grown to become one of the largest independent theatre companies in Australia.

Australian Stage’s Tamara Whyte spoke to Harvest Rain’s Artistic Director, Tim O’Connor.

Sue Rider is an award-winning director, writer, dramaturg, and actor. She spoke to Australian Stage’s Simon Piening about her latest project, Brontë, with independent Brisbane company ThreeSisters – based on the lives of the famous Brontë sisters.

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Zuleika Khan

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Jake Matricardi

This week Heather Bloom chats to Jake Matricardi, an usher for the Marriner Group on his thoughts on the COVID-19 pandemic and the crisis unfolding in the theatre world.

Kearna Philpott

This week, Heather Bloom chats to professional dancer, Kearna Philpott who was on board the RCCL Spectrum of the Seas when the pandemic began.

Petra Kalive

After five years as Artistic Director of Union House Theatre, Petra Kalive joined Australia’s oldest professional theatre company in early 2020 having previously directed BeachedMelbourne Talam and Hungry Ghosts for the Company.

James Zala

As we continue our series investigating how artists and the arts industry is coping throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, I travel (virtually of course) to the UK and speak with Flying Director James Zala from Flying by Foy.

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