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

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

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.

The Sound of Music Drag ShowMelbourne Drag legend Amanda Munroe has been wowing audiences for eons.

Paul Andrew spoke to her about her new show as part of the Melbourne Comedy Festival.

Alex BrounDefector Art are one of three independent companies that the Victorian Arts Centre is engaging with through the Short & Sweet programme.

Paul Andrew spoke to Alex Broun, co-ordinator of Melbourne's Short & Sweet and Defector Art's Frank Otis.

Ross MuellerRoss Mueller's The Ghost Writer has been a number of years in development and finally opened this week to its mainstage debut with the MTC.

Paul Andrew
spoke to Ross Mueller about his latest work

Marc CassidyRising ballet star, Marc Cassidy plays the lead role of Basilio in the Australian Ballet's revival of Don Quixote opening in Melbourne this week.

Stephanie Glickman discovers his inspiration for the role, first made famous by Rudolf Nureyev.

Most read reviews

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!

Most read news

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.