A Quick Chat With

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.


A Quick Chat with Ben Wood from The Aliens

Ben Wood

Aussie actor Ben Wood trained at ATYP and has appeared in some of Australia’s most exciting theatrical productions for Bell Shakespeare, Sport for Jove, Darlinghurst Theatre Company and more. He has also appeared on TV in All Saints, Underbelly 3: The Golden Mile, Packed to the Rafters, Rescue: Special Ops, A Model Daughter, My Place, Redfern… Read more.



Arts House chat: Kate McIntosh

Kate McIntosh. Photo by Robin Junicke

Musician Kate McIntosh was born in New Zealand and lives in Brussels. Her new work, All Ears, runs at Arts House in North Melbourne from 3 to 6 September. Her live music is described as an “improvised laboratory for unusual recordings and acoustic experiments” where everyday objects like glasses, paper and chairs become part of… Read more.


Arts House chat: Jo Lloyd

Jo Lloyd

Confusion For Three is Melbourne-based dance artist Jo Lloyd’s new work that runs at Arts House in North Melbourne 26 to 30 August. Since graduating from VCA, Lloyd has presented work at the Melbourne Festival and Melbourne Now, worked in Japan and Hong Kong, and with artists and companies including Shelley Lasica, Chunky Move, Sandra… Read more.


Arts House Chat: Ahilan Ratnamohan

Ahilan Ratnamohan

Ahilan Ratnamohan is a soccer player and a theatre maker who creates physical performance inspired by by sport, film language and unorthadox foms.  In SDS1, opening at Arts House on 19 August, he draws on his personal experience as a player and the sweat and the physicality of “the beautiful game” to create “football dance theatre” that sees the player… Read more.


A Quick Chat With Ed Wightman

Ed Wightman.

There’s a Pulitzer finalist play currently taking shape at the Eternity Playhouse in Sydney, the home of Darlinghurst Theatre Co. The play is Lisa D’Amour’s Detroit, and actor, educator, and director Ed Wightman is in the company. He’s done everything from Shakespeare to The Lion King, so we asked Wightman 20 questions about his varied life and… Read more.


A quick chat with Blood Brothers’ Helen Dallimore

Helen Dallimore in Blood Brothers. Image by Kurt Sneddon.

Helen Dallimore is one of our most accomplished musical theatre performers (and directors!) You’ve seen her on stage in anything from Spring Awakening to Legally Blonde – not to mention originating the role of Glinda in Wicked on the West End. Most recently, she was nominated for a Helpmann Award for her role in the Sydney season of Blood Brothers. Now that… Read more.


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