Amber Hasler

To many Perth dwellers it may appear that the Fringe Festival was a new innovation in 2012. A brief chat with Amber Hasler soon dispels this notion.

Stephen Sewell

25 years have passed since Stephen Sewell’s stage play HATE was first produced. 25 years which have seen numerous changes take place in the Australian cultural landscape and of course, in the Australian psyche.

Nick Ravenswood

Come closer, dear reader, for I have a confession to make. Recently a certain Nick Ravenswood approached me with a request that I attend the latest theatrical offering from his theatre group The Laudanum Project.

Imogen Kelly

Imogen Kelly is Australia's current reigning Burlesque Queen Of The World, having been crowned by The Burlesque Hall Of Fame in Las Vegas last year.

John Wood

Australia’s much-loved veteran actor John Wood stars as Douglas Hector in Alan Bennett’s The History Boys, opening at the Sydney Opera House this week.

Kevin Purcell

Paul Andrew speaks to entrepreneur Kevin Purcell about how he is coping with turning an enchanting book about the indomitability of the human spirit into a magical Broadway Musical.

Camille O'Sullivan

If you've seen any of Camille O'Sullivan's cabaret shows you'll be a fan of their bipolar nature; she follows the goose-bump-inducing dark and dramatic eloquence of Nick Cave or Tom Waits with laugh-out-loud humour.

André Rieu

André Rieu is one of the best-selling live acts in the world, with his 2011 tour ranking in the top 10 highest grossing tours of the year, just behind Lady Gaga. He talks to Australian Stage's Eliza Eggler.

Most read reviews

Kiss of the Spider Woman | Melbourne Theatre Company

As a finale for MTC’s impressive 2019 season, Kiss of the Spider Woman has been an alluring, exciting and eagerly anticipated climax. And – I loved it.

Coram Boy | bAKEHOUSE Theatre Company

Epic in scope, staging and soaring humanity, Coram Boy is a must see.

The Odd Couple | Ensemble Theatre

The Ensemble Theatre’s intimate space is the perfect setting for this wonderful revival of a classic play, with a beautifully directed cast that simply couldn’t be better at delivering this enduringly funny and at times surprisingly moving material.

Where's My Money? | 7th Floor Theatre

Where’s My Money? is a play which seizes your attention, where the handful of protagonists speak with brutal and callous honesty, interwoven with lies and deceit.

The Drill | Women's Circus

As a space that facilitated the military training of young men from the Footscray community who were then sent to faraway battlefields, The Drill now fills this space with contemporary circus, theatre and music. There is historical reimagining of the impact of their leaving, a reimagining through a feminine lens.

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