Robert Chuter is an acclaimed theatre director with 30 years experience in the Australian performing arts industry. Currently in rehearsal for a revival of the classic Australian play, Dimboola, he spoke to Australian Stage's Simon Piening

Busting Out! started out as 'D-Cuppetry' in 2006 and returns to the 2008 Melbourne International Comedy Festival. Creator/performer Emma Powell spoke to Australian Stage's Simon Piening.

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.

Part of the recent 2008 Perth International Arts Festival, The Children's Cheering Carpet uses cutting-edge technology, but is quite simple and beautiful as a theatre act.

Bertolt Brecht’s The Caucasian Chalk Circle is the first production of the year for Black Swan's HotBed Ensemble.

Designer Brad Reid spoke to Australian Stage's Anna Locke.

Israeli-born Yasmin Levy is one of the most celebrated stars in world music today. She is currently touring Australia for the first time and took time out to speak with Australian Stage's Brad Syke.

Steve Hawke is in high spirits. Two weeks before the world premiere of Jandamarra, the playwright says with a grin; “I’m having more fun than I’ve ever had in my life.”

He spoke to Australian Stage's Anna Locke about his epic new work.

An acoustic jazz trio comprised of bassist Reid Anderson, pianist Ethan Iverson and drummer David King, The Bad Plus mix elements of non jazz music into their work to create a vibrant and exciting sound.

Soon to be performing at the Beck’s Music Box as part of the Perth International Arts Festival, Reid Anderson spoke to Australian Stage's Anna Locke whilst in Barcelona.

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