Aboriginal


Interview: Lisa Maza

Actor Lisa Maza chatted to Elissa Blake from Audrey Journal about The Season and just what is this thing called 'Mutton Birding'.  The Season is a play that black and white audiences can relax with and enjoy, Maza says. “I love doing this play bec...

Interview: Playwright, Jane Harrison

Lauren Carroll Harris from Audrey Journal chatted with Australian playwright, Jane Harrison about her career and the life of her play, Stolen, which will begin it's NSW tour at Riverside in late May.

Interview: Black is the New White

Guest blogger Elissa Blake chats to the playwright Nakkiah Lui and some of cast of the very funny show, Black is the New White

The Creative Process of an Australian Classic

Remaining a vital masterwork 20 years after it was penned by Wesley Enoch and Deborah Mailman, is a new adaption of The 7 Stages of Grieving. Wesley Enoch reflects on the evolution of his play.

International Day of Indigenous People

International Day of Indigenous People highlights and celebrates the stories and cultures of the world's first Indigenous people. To take part in the celebrations Riverside is screening two films - one Candaian and the other Australian.

On the Couch with Frances Rings

Bangarra Dance Theatre's award-winning production Terrain comes to Riverside Theatres in March, before touring nationally. Ahead of this tour, Rohan Shearn from Australian Arts Review caught up with Terrain's award-winning choreographer Frances Ri...