Caroline Craig
With major roles in Blue Heelers and Underbelly, Caroline Craig has had a significant presence on Australian television over the past 10 years. This year she returns to the theatre, this time as Director.

Lulo Reinhardt
Lulo Reinhardt, currently in Australia as part of his world tour, is recognised as one of the world's foremost gypsy guitarists.  He spoke to Australian Stage's Brad Syke.

Balé de Rua
A sell-out in Paris, a triumph in Edinburgh and a hit in London, the international blockbuster Balé de Rua is currently playing as part of the 2010 Sydney Festival before heading to Melbourne late January. Australian Stage's Brad Syke speaks to Artistic Director Fernando Narduchi.

Sydney Camerata

Sydney Camerata Chamber Orchestra was formed in 2008 with the aim of nurturing and promoting the talents of some of Australia's finest young string players. Artistic Director Mathisha Panagoda & Concertmaster Liz Gormley speak to Australian Stage's Eliza Eggler and film maker Thijs Rozeboom.

Neil Armfield

Although he is launching his last season as artistic director with Company B Belvoir, Neil Armfield says it’s too soon for farewells.

He spoke to Australian Stage's Jane Barton about the 2010 Season and his plans beyond Company B.

Paprika Balkanicus
The music of Paprika Balkanicus is a fusion of the regions where the musicians hail from, making the music completely authentic rather than a cheap imitation.

On the eve of their Australian tour, Vanessa Lahey spoke to Paprika Balkanicus' Jozef Secnik.

Jennifer Vuletic
Jennifer Vuletic plays three-times divorced Tanya in the Australian production of Mamma Mia! She spoke to Australian Stage's Simon Piening ahead of the 10th Anniversary Australian Tour of one of the world's most popular musicals.

Tank Man Tango
Although primarily a visual artist, Deborah Kelly's Tank Man Tango has been listed in the top 10 dance videos in the Sadler’s Wells Global Dance Contest. She spoke to Australian Stage's Simon Piening about her work, inspired by the famous footage of the lone protester at Tiananmen Square.

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The Umbilical Brothers

You don’t need to flex your visual imagination muscle in the latest show from The Umbilical Brothers. Because two green screens, a lot of cameras, special effects, computer power and an onstage tech wizard named “Doug” do it for you.

Jo Bloom

Jo Bloom is Head of Education Development at the Australian Shakespeare Company.

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The Little Prince | Broadway Entertainment Group

Le Petit Prince or The Little Prince is a most beloved tale by the French pilot, writer and aristocrat, Antoin de Saint-Exupéry. A fable that will resonate no matter how old you are or whatever your life story. 

The Appleton Ladies' Potato Race | State Theatre Company South Australia

There's something special about Aussie rural country towns. They all share some characteristics but they also each have their own treasured, unique traditions and private aspirations for their future, and a pride in their particular identity.

Happy Days | Red Line Productions

A feminine counterpart to Krapps’s Last Tape, but funnier, and arguably less dour, Happy Days is happier, with wishful wisps of hope and a wistful whisper of nostalgia.

James Flynn Quintet

Popular entertainer James Flynn returned for a swinging weekend of jazz on the 4th and 5thof June.

Switzerland | Drill Hall Theatre Company

It is a skewed symbiosis that unravels before the audience as the interaction between such strong characters carries us all on their treacherous verbal ride, the banter between the two protagonists is unyielding.