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Christopher Gattelli could have danced all night when Julie Andrews approached him.
Lear casts his shadow over The Father, an intriguing, confounding thriller of a play.
Director Anne-Louise Sarks has reshaped Shakespeare’s dark comedy, The Merchant of Venice, for today’s audience.
Limelight grills the playwright about his first play, which is about to have its world premiere at Sydney Theatre Company.
A new show written especially for Christie Whelan Browne returns after a hit season at the Adelaide Cabaret Festival.
Along with Claire Edwardes and seven canny composers, the playwright explains how she created a musical Everywoman.
Front to back or back to front, Michael Frayn’s classic farce-within-a-farce must go on.
A harrowing examination of grief and loss, the writer of Cloudstreet discusses his third play Shrine ahead of its Melbourne premiere.
The Aussie actor discusses playing the pivotal role of Winston Smith, torture scenes and all.
Now musical theatre royalty, Nancye Hayes reminisces about her first radiogram and why she’d never make a ballerina.

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