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Interview: Jonathan Biggins and Drew Forsythe

“We don’t hate,” says Biggins. “I actually pity politicians tremendously.” A highlight of the year for almost two decades, Jason Blake from Audrey Journal caught up with the creators of The Wharf Revue, as well as this year’s leading lady Rachel B...

Religion, Ritual and Theatre – Quiet Faith

Australian playwright David Williams’ unconventional theatre work, Quiet Faith, gets to the heart of many things – religion, belonging, community, conflicted loyalties and Christian Australia in its endless variety. Guest writer Lauren Carroll Har...

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.

Behind the Lines

Behind the Lines celebrates the role of political cartoonists in Australia and highlights the power that their drawings have in contributing to our daily political and social discourse. A travelling version of this exhibition will be coming to Riv...

Satire – Not just for Fun

The world seems to be exploding in a frenzy of politics at the moment. In light of the recent political dilemmas of Trump and Brexit, guest blogger, Liane Morris discusses political satire and The Wharf Revue.

Podcast – Elizabeth Gadsby – STC Resident Designer

Sydney Theatre Company's new Resident Designer Elizabeth Gadsby joins Carl Nilsson-Polias to discuss her design for Disgraced.

Q&A: Director Sarah Goodes

Guided by Sydney Theatre Company Resident Director Sarah Goodes (Switzerland), Disgraced is a complex and fearless production that will leave you breathless and keep you talking long after. Touring to Riverside in June, Sydney Theatre Company caug...

Feature: Sachin Joab

Sachin Joab makes his Sydney Theatre Company debut in Ayad Akhtar's Disgraced, which will tour to Riverside 16 - 18 June. Sydney Theatre Company's Content Manager Carl Nilsson-Polias finds out what makes him tick.

Notes for the Stage:
Aditi Sriram interviews Ayad Akhtar

Aditi Sriram from Guernica chats to Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Ayad Akhtar about Disgraced, his writing, prizes and projects.

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