It was Sandra Stockley’s bright spark, which ignited Wildfire Theatre Company less than a year ago… and there is no shortage of theatrical fodder to fuel the flames.

Australian Stage's Augusta Supple spoke to Sandra about her new production, Macbeth, opening at Sydney's historic Cell Block Theatre.

Carlee Mellow has performed, choreographed and taught nationally and internationally over the last 13 years in dance, film and theatre.

Paul Andrew speaks to Carlee about her current work with BalletLab - Axeman Lullaby.

Patch Theatre Company is young and healthy and on an award winning roll.

Artistic director Dave Brown speaks to Australian Stage's Stephanie Johnson

Bright-eyed, effervescent with excitement and anticipation, Tahli Corin tells me the story of how she came to be a writer, and how it happened that the first play she has written has landed safely in the Downstairs Theatre at Belvoir St

When I spoke to Chris Kabay on the eve of the inaugural Young Artist’s Program cabaret show, Green! Gold! and Musical!, he was strangely calm. Although it’s been a good decade since my own ‘bump-in’ days, the bedlam that usually accompanies such eves is not quickly forgotten. Clearly the first group of young performers is pulling their weight.

Philippe Genty is recognised as one of the world's greatest contemporary proponents of visual theatre. His works include dance, music, puppetry, illusion and physical theatre to create a dream-like world on stage.

From his home in France, he spoke to Australian Stage's Jan Chandler

This was a showbiz industry night to the hilt! And what an ‘industry’ it is these days, if that means great gorgeous lumps of quality product flying off the conveyor belt and into the laps of stamping-their-feet paying audiences around Australia.

James Waites reports on this years Helpmann Awards.

Every now and again you walk into a show with little expectation and come away at the end totally bowled over. This happened last Sunday (29 June) when I was invited to a single ‘fundraiser’ performance of Eve Ensler’s provocatively titled, The Vagina Monologues.

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Carly Wilding and Kylie Morrigan

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