Regional Victorian playwright Brendan Hogan makes it two from two.
Ageism is pernicious in the theatre scene, writes Dino Dimitriadis, and our veteran actors are not the only people missing out.
Sydney's independent theatre scene creates great product, argues actor and producer Matthew Cheetham. But it struggles to sell it.
The sudden closure of an inner city venue points to a structural weakness in our independent sector, write KXT co-artistic directors Suzanne Millar and John Harrison.
The choice of language in the recent Rush v Nationwide News judgement is all too familiar, writes lawyer and playwright Suzie Miller.
Youth theatre should not be training for thought and action in the future, argues Iris Simpson. It should be training for now.
After a year of the mass movement to fight abuse, we are moving beyond marches and hashtags, writes Lydia Sarks.
Imogen Gardam, winner of the 2018 Rose Byrne Scholarship for Emerging Female Leader in the Arts, on why she looks forward to "disappearing back into the shadows".