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My Best Dead Friend

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Elissa Blake from Audrey Journal chats to Anya Tate-Manning about life, death and the inspiration for her upcoming show My Best Dead Friend.
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...
“There is nothing more exciting and dynamic than the theatre”. Guest writer Elissa Blake from Audrey Journal met three women playwrights at different points in their careers who will have their plays presented at Riverside during winter. This is ...

The last time Riverside audiences saw Nat Jobe he was a donkey. Before that, he toured Australia dressed as a sheep and played a hyena in Disney's The Lion King. He was both Dog and Frog in the family show Room on the Broom. This winter he joins u...
Written and performed by Amer Hlehel, an actor and director based in Haifa, Palestine, guest blogger Elissa Blake, writes about Taha a new play that tells the story of how a young villager and his family are swept up in calamitous events, and of h...
Theatre critic and blogger Suzy Wrong asks 5 Questions of the director Cristabel Sved and lead actor Dubs Yunupingu in the brand new Australian production of Alice in Wonderland which is playing at Riverside as part of Sydney Festival in January.

To the generation of children who grew up in the 80s and 90s comedian and actor Robin Williams was a lifeline, a teacher and a hero. Riverside is celebrating some of the work of Robin Williams these school holidays. Check out the program.

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