Paul Andrew interviewed Lena Cruz about her role as Cynthia in Priscilla - The Musical. He spoke to her about her great skill with Ping Pong balls and swearing in Filipino…

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Australian Stage's Brenton Amies recently took his one-act play Who the Hell is Martin Copper? to the Canberra Festival of One Act Plays. He gives us his insider report.

Peter Houghton is an award winning performer, writer and director. He recently returned from Edinburgh with his hit one-man show, The Pitch.

He spoke to Australian Stage's Simon Piening about the experience

TJ EcklebergTJ Eckleberg is a musician, teacher, playbuilder and Artistic Director of Sydney's Shopfront Theatre.

He spoke to Simon Piening about the company's latest work, A City of Shadows and Ice - their largest and most ambitious to date.

Wolfe BowartWolfe Bowart is a performer, teacher, writer and one half of physical  theatre company The Schneedles. He is about to embark on a major tour of his acclaimed one-man show - LaLaLuna.

He spoke to Simon Piening about the show and life as the moon's caretaker

Angus CeriniAngus Cerini is a solo performer with a strong dance/physical theatre background. His works deal largely with contemporary masculinity and explore issues of social justice.

Angus spoke to Simon Piening about his latest work, Chapters from the pandemic

Sean PeterSean Peter is a multi award winning writer/composer having worked with many of Australia's leading arts companies including Sydney Theatre Company, Company B and the Sydney Symphony.

He spoke to Simon Piening about his latest musical theatre work, Everything's F**ked.

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