Welcome to Stage Door Shrink, a regular column penned by Rachel Cole aimed at helping performers chortle their way to a #win. This question may have never crossed your mind if you’re young, single or disinterested in having children. Whilst having a family always requires compromise, for performers it asks so much more. Our work… Read more.
Sophie Wright joins the AussieTheatre team to bring you updates and insights from the current WICKED tour in Manila! Let me introduce myself and tell you briefly who I am and the reason for my writing articles for Aussie Theatre… I am Sophie Wright and I joined the cast of the amazing Broadway musical WICKED last year… Read more.
Fresh from a trip to my hometown of Dubbo, NSW for a series of performances and workshops in the largest venue we have presented my play The Weather and Your Health in (my Tour Manager, Ryan, likened it to an arena spectacular – “next stop, Rod Laver”) – Team Weather now move to one of… Read more.
After successful seasons in Adelaide, Melbourne and Singapore and scheduled runs in both Sydney (July) and Perth (October), the Australian revival of A Chorus Line will be heading to the sunshine state later this year. According to the Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC), A Chorus Line is set to open at the Lyric Theatre, Brisbane… Read more.
This week Bethany Simons, writer/performer of two-time Green Room Award nominated play, The Weather and Your Health, ponders the role of an audience, and why it is we do what we do… “We’ve been reading your script in drama class, and I have a question…” It took me a moment to process this comment made… Read more.
The national tour of The Weather and Your Health is well and truly underway! Bethany Simons fills us in on the adventures of Team Weather during their first week out on the road for 2012…
AussieTheatre.com are thrilled to announce that we are giving away five double passes to see the first performance of Julius Caesar, presented by Bell Shakespeare at the Sydney Opera House on Tuesday October 25. Bell Shakespeare are a very proud nationally touring performing arts company, and their production of William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar will be… Read more.