It took 30 plague deaths to close the playhouses in Shakespeare's time. Now all it takes to close a theatre is one case of COVID.
Hired to record an audiobook, Sydney actor Julia Robertson's "saving grace" lockdown gig has become a crash course in patience.
Working remotely and presenting work in non-theatre venues is both practical and achievable in these uncertain times.
Thanks to Covid-19, Drew Fairley was trapped for two months aboard a passenger liner going nowhere. One thing prevented him from being all at sea.
Jordan Manalo-Shea unveils a second major work concerning a Filipino-Australian experience.
"I'm Female, middle-aged and based regionally," says Mary Anne Butler. "Is there a trifecta less appealing in Australian theatre today?"
James Millar, Australia's own Agatha Trunchbull, opens up about his life-long battles with anxiety and how acting helps keep it at bay.
Two of Australia's leading female lighting designers share their impressions and experiences of working in a male-dominated culture.