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

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.

Evelyn Krape is one of Melbourne's best known and most loved stage performers with over 30 years experience.

She talks to Australian Stage's Simon Piening about her new role as an all-singing, Bollywood-dancing octogenarian in Olive Branches Out.

Todd MacDonald is an actor, director and former Artistic Director of the influential Store Room Theatre in Fitzroy, Melbourne.

After a triumphant season at Belvoir St, he returns to Melbourne for a third season of Construction of the Human Heart. He spoke to Australian Stage's Simon Piening

Jessica Thomson talks to Kristy Edmunds, Artistic Director of the Melbourne International Arts Festival, about this year's headline act Merce Cunningham: The Melbourne Residency

Paul Andrew interviewed Lena Cruz about her role as Cynthia in Priscilla - The Musical. He spoke to her about her great skill with Ping Pong balls and swearing in Filipino…

Peter Houghton is an award winning performer, writer and director. He recently returned from Edinburgh with his hit one-man show, The Pitch.

He spoke to Australian Stage's Simon Piening about the experience

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

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A Midsummer Night’s Dream | 2021 Adelaide Festival

The bewildering confusion between dream and reality begins before one takes one’s seat in the theatre. You have to negotiate a building site and enter the Adelaide Festival Theatre by a side entrance (how like slipping into dream that is!), and put on a mask, so that it seems that the audience is itself on stage.

Songs of Love and Death | Jane Sheldon and Alex Raineri

At this moment in our cultural history, as Australia emerges gradually from the restrictions imposed because of Covid 19, each live concert is a particularly reviving and refreshing experience.

A German Life | 2021 Adelaide Festival

The cast of one is Robyn Nevin, and it was no surprise that her performance was riveting.

Diana Doherty and Streeton Trio | 2021 Adelaide Festival

The revelation of this concert to me was that, yes, musicians, like audiences, have been starved of live performance opportunities for the last year, but that has given musicians plenty of time to practice, time that isn't always there during normal concert life for successful groups such as The Streeton Trio.

The Pulse | Gravity & Other Myths

What a Pulse the acrobats exhibited! What unanimity, what complicity in their formation and deformation of their complex body structures!

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Survey finds that people are considering leaving the Victorian music industry

A new study examining the impact of the Corona virus pandemic on the Victorian music sector found that 58% of respondents are considering leaving the industry.