In 2007 Kate Mulvany won the Philip Parsons Young Playwright’s Award for her acclaimed work, The Seed. This year, under the guidance of Neil Armfield, The Seed returns as part of the Company B main season.

Kate spoke to Australian Stage's Selma Nadarajah

Andy Packer, artistic director of Slingsby, has dreamt of being in a band – a band of theatre practitioners that is.

Gregory Burke is the writer of Black Watch, one of two plays presented by National Theatre of Scotland at this year’s Sydney Festival.

Gregory took time out to discuss his experiences writing the play and the message behind it with Australian Stage's Ashley Walker.

So how does one dramatise on stage the procedure by which a man deconstructs himself with a scalpel, searching for the source of an indistinct pain?

Australian Stage's Aleksei Wechter spoke to Patrick Brammall and John Leary, currently performing in their highly original work - Vital Organs - winner of the Philip Parsons Award.

Evelyn Krape is one of Melbourne's best known and most loved stage performers with over 30 years experience.

She talks to Australian Stage's Simon Piening about her new role as an all-singing, Bollywood-dancing octogenarian in Olive Branches Out.

Todd MacDonald is an actor, director and former Artistic Director of the influential Store Room Theatre in Fitzroy, Melbourne.

After a triumphant season at Belvoir St, he returns to Melbourne for a third season of Construction of the Human Heart. He spoke to Australian Stage's Simon Piening

Hilary Bell is an award winning playwright who has written for stage, radio, screen and music theatre. Her new work, Memmie Le Blanc, won the 2007 Inscription Award and will receive its World Premiere in Perth next month.

She spoke to Australian Stage's Simon Piening about the new work

Jessica Thomson talks to Kristy Edmunds, Artistic Director of the Melbourne International Arts Festival, about this year's headline act Merce Cunningham: The Melbourne Residency

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