Nicky Bomba's musical influences are wide and varied having worked with bands from Africa to the Middle East, conducted the Melbourne Ska Orchestra, played drums on John Butler Trio’s “Sunrise over Sea” and was Artistic Producer for the Multicultural Arts Victoria “Visible” project.

He talks to Australian Stage’s Brad Syke.

Angus Grant plays the character of Melchior in Spring Awakening, written by Frank Wedekind and directed by Simon Stone, opening at Belvoir Downstairs this week.

In the lead up to Opening Night he spoke to Australian Stage's Sonia Allan.

The Studio at the Sydney Opera House has developed its reputation as a kaleidoscopic venue that hosts international and local artists, embraces a smorgasbord of diverse, provocative, innovative and acclaimed entertainment, all under the all-seeing eye of Executive Producer, Virginia Hyam.

Ana Marina plays opposite Anthony Warlow in Andrew Lloyd Webber's Phantom of the Opera opening in Sydney this week.

Ana Marina spoke to Australian Stage's Alexandra Coghlan about her favourite role.

The Company B production of Martin McDonagh's highly acclaimed, The Pillowman opens next month.

Director Craig Ilott spoke to Australian Stage's Brett Casben.

Toby Schmitz is an actor, writer and director, currently playing the title role in the B Sharp production of Ruben Guthrie by Brendan Cowell.

Toby spoke to Australian Stage's Augusta Supple.

Wayne Blair is the recently appointed Artistic Associate of Belvoir St Theatre - what that means, he says, he’s not exactly sure - but he’s got an office.

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.

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