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A Music Theatre Fanboy’s Top 8 Youtube Interviews

A Music Theatre Fanboy’s Top 8 Youtube Interviews

Earlier this year, I created A Music Theatre Fanboy’s Top 10 Youtube Performances. This week I thought I’d once again have my coffee at my computer desk, and show you some* of my favourite MT performers being interviewed on some of my favourite Youtube channels.* Not only are all of these actors spectacularly talented, but they all… Read more.


StageArt’s ‘Titanic’ sets sail

StageArt’s ‘Titanic’ sets sail

This week’s column comes with a double shot of coffee, from both Matilda and Joel. The two of us are currently in the middle of our voyage together aboard the RMS Titanic in StageArt’s 2016 Performance Season. With only two weeks left, we still haven’t made it to America. But on the way, we have… Read more.



Sally Bourne talks longevity in the industry

Sally Bourne talks longevity in the industry

So often we can become preoccupied with becoming established in this industry, especially as fresh graduates; it can be hard to think beyond the first few years of your career. Longevity in this business, actually sustaining a career as a performer that lasts for more than 30 years, is often an incredibly difficult thing. But… Read more.


Artefact Theatre: a new independent company in Melbourne

PHOTO: Theresa Harrison

Starting a new independent theatre company is a difficult thing under the best of circumstances, let alone the current climate of arts funding cuts. Mark Yeates and Artefact Theatre Company have done more than just rise to the occasion; they have eagerly embraced the situation by opening the Company’s inaugural production of the Tony and Pulitzer winning play Proof, at… Read more.


Making it on Broadway…In Sydney!

Making it on Broadway…In Sydney!

You walk into a room. People who have never met you instantly analyse and judge your every move. You’re instructed to stand on a mark and sing with a pianist you’ve never rehearsed with, all the while projecting a sense that you’re alone on stage in a packed theatre instead of exposed in the middle… Read more.


Sail on, Titanic

Sail on, Titanic

From fighting dogs to sinking ships. This week’s coffee is had in celebration after a really wonderful start to the rehearsal period of StageArt’s Titanic. I have been very fortunate to be cast as Harold Bride in the Australian premiere of the London Chamber Revival Production of this beautiful show. I have also been very… Read more.


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