British writer Chris Urch speaks to Audrey Journal about a play inspired by a notorious African newspaper's anti-gay campaigns.
Seeing a Shakespeare play performed in something like the conditions it was written for has proven “life-changing” for many people, says Pop-Up Globe's Miles Gregory.
Looking at the programming of our state and major companies this year, it looks like the Bard is being given a break.
It takes a true live-wire to electrify a venue in danger of losing its mojo.
The Old Fitzroy Theatre is deepening its monthly lineup of improv and burlesque shows with an entire Red Line Underground season.
Looking at the main stages of Sydney, you could be excused for thinking that this is a golden age for new Australian drama.
"For quite a while I was cast as the homespun girl, the dag, or the downtrodden girl with a heart of gold. I needed to break out of that.”
Ahead of the revival tour of Letters to Lindy, playwright Alana Valentine speaks about "commanding the public space".