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A Quick Chat With Bad Jews’ Anna Burgess

Anna Burgess

Bad Jews, Joshua Harmon’s play about family, love, faith, and the fights that bind – a biting comedy with heart – is heading to Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Perth. We caught up with Anna Burgess, who recently toured the country in The 39 Steps, about what’s it like to tackle something like Bad Jews, her… Read more.

Fringe Fever: A Quick Chat With Ruth Wilkin

Ruth Wilkin. Image by Sarah Walker

After taking out Best Cabaret at the 2012 Melbourne Fringe with Just A Little Something and blowing Melbourne Cabaret Festival audiences away with True Story, award winning performer and writer Ruth Wilkin is heading to the 2015 Melbourne Fringe Festival with Tribute, an witty and self-aware hour of comedy cabaret characterised by Wilkin’s signature blend of original… Read more.

A Quick Chat With Sarah Gaul from Slumberland at the Sydney Fringe

Sarah Gaul, Slumberland

Sarah Gaul, one of Australia’s most exciting emerging comediennes, has taken her successful one-woman shows to Melbourne Comedy Festival, Melbourne Cabaret Festival, Adelaide Fringe Festival and Sydney Fringe Festival. Sarah won ‘Most Outstanding New Cabaret Work’ for her original piece Good Grief in the 2012 Melbourne Short and Sweet Cabaret. AussieTheatre.com caught up with Sarah… Read more.

A Quick Chat with Scott Morris

Scott Morris

Scott began his professional performing arts career as ‘Young Cosmo’ in David Atkins’ 2001 production of Singin’ in the Rain, followed this as the co-host of K Zone TV for the Seven Network, and most notably appeared as Mark in A Chorus Line and Ernst in Spring Awakening. Scott has been so prolific in the… Read more.

Arts House chat: Dance of the Bee

Stars of Dance of the Bee

Dance of the Bee is an interspecies musical collaboration performed by three pianists, the vocalists of the Astra Choir and a live swarm of bees. The bees will be inside a transparent sculpted hive, and will sing and as a live video feed lets the audience see into the hive. Pianist and composer Michael Kieran… Read more.

Arts House chat: Matthew Sleeth

A Drone Opera

A Drone Opera is a multimedia performance featuring drones and their pilots, opera singers, a laser light design and moving images. With custom drones – unmanned aerial vehicles (UVAs) – designed by artist Matthew Sleeth, it explores the cultural and social impact of the rapidly developing technology. Australian artist Matthew Sleeth lives and works in… Read more.