Genevieve Kingsford

The music of multi-award winning composer Stephen Sondheim arrives at Chapel Off Chapel in this sensational concert selection of his Broadway hits – Everything's Coming Up Sondheim. Heather Bloom had a chat with one of the show’s stars, Genevieve Kingsford about all things Sondheim.

Joey McKneely

Two-time Tony Award-nominated choreographer, Joey McKneely (Smokey Joe’s Café, The Life, Twelfth Night, The Wild Party and The Boy From Oz) has received world-wide acclaim for his vibrant re-staging of West Side Story. He spoke to Australian Stage's Heather Bloom ahead of the Melbourne season.

Luke Leonard

I recently stumbled upon a story-telling night happening at Fitzroy's Kodiak Club. Run and MC'd by local comedian Luke Leonard, it was largely cast with other popular local comedians. But this was no mere comedy gig.

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The Curious Incident

One of the most anticipated shows of the year, the National Theatre of Great Britain’s multi award-winning production of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time opens in Melbourne tonight. Coinciding with this landmark production, the Arts Centre Melbourne has undertaken their largest ever Associated Program with almost fifty additional curious events designed to engage audiences and inspire the next generation of theatre makers.

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Jekyll and Hyde

Anthony Warlow could sing binary code and it would be a delight but the man deserves as much praise for being a profoundly good character actor as he does for the joy of his voice.

Ragtime | The Production Company

As its final show in our gorgeous State Theatre, The Production Company offers Melbourne a truly wonderful and benevolent parting gift in Ragtime.

Thigh Gap | La Mama

If you’ve ever wondered what women really do behind closed doors, then look no further than Thigh GapJamaica Zuanetti’s absurdist comedy is an uncomfortably relatable production, in which two 20 something women reveal all the “secret women’s business” the ladies have been concealing.

Photograph 51 | Melbourne Theatre Company

Rosalind Franklin was one of the greatest scientists of the 20th century with her x-ray image, ‘Photograph 51’, revealing to the world for the first time that the intricacies and structure of DNA was in fact a double helix.

The Glad Tomorrow | Katie Noonan and the Australian String Quartet

For those of us who were there, down to every man, woman and child, this was a performance that will linger long into our lives.

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