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Why (and How) I Waxed My Chest for Shakespeare
Theatre

Why (and How) I Waxed...

Christopher Tomkinson gets bare for the Bard.

Where: Bella Vista Farm Park, Bella Vista, Sydney When: 16 - 30 Dec 2018

Griffin 2019: Speaking to the influencers
Season

Griffin 2019: Speaking to the...

Lee Lewis' 2019 season showcases the elements that make Australian plays sing in a world fast losing its faith in the explicable.

Where: Griffin Theatre Company, Kings Cross, Sydney When: 22 Feb - 19 Dec 2019

“You are critically acclaimed, it’s heady and thrilling”
Conversation

“You are critically acclaimed, it’s...

Why would a "Capital-A Actor" choose sex work? It's more than just the money writes "Adelaide".

When: 17 - 17 Dec 2018

Playwright oversight
Conversation

Playwright oversight

Make a creative’s heart sing, writes Ang Collins. It's not that hard to do.

When: 17 - 17 Dec 2018

Nick Cave: Until
Installation

Nick Cave: Until

Audrey review: American artist Nick Cave's monumental installation inspires wonder, promises change.

Where: Carriageworks, Eveleigh, Sydney When: 23 Nov - 3 Mar 2019

Masters of the House: Who are Australia’s Extreme Theatregoers?
Theatre

Masters of the House: Who...

Les Mis 1000 times? 85 (and a half) viewings of Wicked? Actor George Kemp goes in search of Australia's theatre obsessives.

When: 17 - 17 Dec 2018

“Bewitching”: How long-form theatre casts its spell
Conversation

“Bewitching”: How long-form theatre casts...

When anything over 90 minutes is considered long-haul, why do we still make marathon theatre?

When: 17 - 17 Dec 2018

Beyond Ticking Boxes
Conversation

Beyond Ticking Boxes

Tongan-Australian writer Winnie Dunn speaks to the Voice, Agency and Integrity Report produced by Diversity Arts Australia.

When: 17 - 17 Dec 2018

Wharf Revue 2018
Archived

Wharf Revue 2018

“We don’t hate,” says the Wharf Revue's Jonathan Biggins. “I actually pity politicians tremendously.”

Where: Roslyn Packer Theatre, Millers Point, Sydney When: 13 Nov - 15 Dec 2018

Director Profile: Jessica Arthur
Archived

Director Profile: Jessica Arthur

A rising star anchors a burgeoning mainstage career to her love for the indie sector.

Where: Kings Cross Theatre, Sydney When: 19 Oct - 3 Nov 2018

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Nosferatu: What Are We Afraid Of?
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TheatreOld 505 Theatre, Newtown, Sydney 8 - 19 Jan 2019

Nosferatu: What Are We Afraid Of?

Ahead of his reimagined Nosferatu, Saro Lusty-Cavallari asks, is it time to cut the moment open just to see how it bleeds?

Playlist: This is a Call
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TheatreSeymour Centre, Chippendale, Sydney 16 - 16 Feb 2019

Playlist: This is a Call

Want to be part of Playlist 2019? Get your skates on, writes Kate Gaul, you have until Monday.

Why (and How) I Waxed My Chest for Shakespeare
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TheatreBella Vista Farm Park, Bella Vista, Sydney 16 - 30 Dec 2018

Why (and How) I Waxed My Chest for Shakespeare

Christopher Tomkinson gets bare for the Bard.

Rose Riot: Sport for Jove Makes History
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TheatreBella Vista Farm Park, Bella Vista, Sydney 16 - 30 Dec 2018

Rose Riot: Sport for Jove Makes History

Damien Ryan's Rose Riot joins the dots to make sense of Shakespeare's History cycle.

The Myth of the General Audience
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Conversation 17 - 17 Dec 2018

The Myth of the General Audience

The 2018 Philip Parsons Lecture: The myth of the general audience must go the way of the myth of the average Australian, says Alana Valentine.

Sport For Jove Turns Ten
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TheatreBella Vista Farm Park, Bella Vista, Sydney 16 - 30 Dec 2018

Sport For Jove Turns Ten

Audrey Journal looks back at some of the outstanding productions by a company that never does things by halves.

Director Profile: Dino Dimitriadis
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TheatreOld 505 Theatre, Newtown, Sydney 28 Nov - 22 Dec 2018

Director Profile: Dino Dimitriadis

Dino Dimitriadis is preparing a “farewell of sorts” with his Apocalypse Theatre Company production of Mary Rachel Brown’s All My Sleep and Waking.

The Club: Changing the Rules of the Game
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TheatreBelvoir Downstairs, Surry Hills, Sydney 7 - 22 Dec 2018

The Club: Changing the Rules of the Game

Director Tessa Leong from Adelaide's isthisyours? talks with playwright David Williamson about their all-female, three-actor re-imagining of The Club.

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