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Nicholas Papademetriou chats to us about Harold Pinter’s The Caretaker We caught up with Nicholas Papademetriou, who is playing the title role of the Caretaker, Davies, in The Caretaker by Harold Pinter. We asked him what audiences can expec...

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Q&A with director of Last train home, Lixin Fan From Antidote Films Q: Why did you pick the plight of migrant workers in China as the subject of your first film? Has this issue touched your own life in some way? A: I was born to an average fam...
5 Questions with Jesus, Judas and Mary Opening next week at Riverside we have Packemin Productions’ iconic Andrew Lloyd Webber musical Jesus Christ Superstar. Leading the cast in the role of Jesus is Joe Kalou, who has just finished performing in ...

Theatre Maker: Kim Carpenter By Elissa Blake In taking a deep dive into the world of the extraordinary and turbulent artistic partnership of Brett and Wendy Whiteley, theatre maker Kim Carpenter had to confront some of his conflicted feelings abou...
What You Need To Know About… Omar Musa   The calligraphic tattoo on Omar Musa’s right arm says it all: Penglipur lara. In Malay it has multiple meanings but in its simplest terms, it translates to ‘storyteller’. It’s something Musa was born i...
“When I arrived in Bathurst, I had no idea what the story would be,” Coopes says. “But from my very first trip I felt that Bathurst was like some kind of ghost town." Elissa Blake from Audrey Journal chats to playwright, actor and single mum Racha...

What is ‘Gothic’? It all depends, says singer, songwriter and composer of Gothic, Andrée Greenwell. An architect might think of a medieval cathedral. An avid reader might think of Wuthering Heights, and a film buff might see the long shadow of Dra...
Just a year after first hearing Scott Joplin’s Maple Leaf Rag, Adam Swanson was strutting his stuff in the junior division of the World Championship Old-Time Piano Playing Contest. He won. By the time he turned 12, Swanson was playing in heritage ...
What would you do to make sure your children don’t suffer? How far would you go for your family? How far would you go to ensure your child doesn’t feel like they are on its own? Steve Rodgers, playwright and actor, chats to Elissa Blake from Audre...

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