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

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.

Ewen Leslie from the cast of Andrew Upton’s Riflemind talks to Australian Stage’s Helen Barry about every actor’s ultimate dream job – working with director, Oscar winning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman and star Hugo Weaving, in this year’s most anticipated STC production.

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.

Stephen SondheimThe Theatre Royal foyer was packed beyond capacity. Shuffling my way through to the cloak room, I could hear an excited buzz, everyone was talking about the prospect of seeing and hearing from a genius of the modern theatre.

Michael Finn shares his recollections on An Audience with Stephen Sondheim

Monica SayersSince graduating from NIDA in 2004, Monica Sayers has appeared on television in 'Last Man Standing', 'Love My Way' and 'All Saints,' and on stage in the phenomenally successful 'The Subtle Art of Flirting" and 'Grounds For Marriage.'

Simon Piening spoke to her about her latest role in the return season of Dead Caesar - The Chaser's War on Ancient Rome.

Josh LawsonIn 2006, Josh Lawson's appearances on the Channel Ten smash hit Thank God You're Here have branded him as one of the hottest properties in Australian comedy.

Sydney Stage Online's Brenton Amies spoke with Josh about his latest project - PLAYS: BY HIMSELF - Three short plays by Josh Lawson

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