Maeve Marsden and Tanya Hennessy
Maeve Marsden is the Director of the all woman cabaret production Lady Sings it Better. Australian Stage's Vanessa Lahey had the opportunity to speak to Maeve on the eve of her new production.

Lyndelle Green is the director of Phoenix Theatre Company’s current production; the ‘right of passage’ Australian work, Away by Michael Gow.

Between rehearsals Lyndelle spoke to Australian Stage's Brenton Amies.

Perhaps its Ian Meadow’s ability to see the universal as local, and vice versa which ensures that Small Things Productions is about to embrace some big themes, big issues?

Hassan Abdulrazzak has a soft, almost shy demeanor. The 30 something Iraqi writer is thrilled to be in Sydney for the premier of his play Baghdad Wedding.

Hassan Abdulrazzak spoke to Australian Stage's Jane Barton.

Oliver Wenn is a recent acting graduate from the National Institute of Dramatic Arts and is currently producer of the new sci-fi musical - Risky Lunar Love.

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

It was Sandra Stockley’s bright spark, which ignited Wildfire Theatre Company less than a year ago… and there is no shortage of theatrical fodder to fuel the flames.

Australian Stage's Augusta Supple spoke to Sandra about her new production, Macbeth, opening at Sydney's historic Cell Block Theatre.

Bright-eyed, effervescent with excitement and anticipation, Tahli Corin tells me the story of how she came to be a writer, and how it happened that the first play she has written has landed safely in the Downstairs Theatre at Belvoir St

This was a showbiz industry night to the hilt! And what an ‘industry’ it is these days, if that means great gorgeous lumps of quality product flying off the conveyor belt and into the laps of stamping-their-feet paying audiences around Australia.

James Waites reports on this years Helpmann Awards.

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