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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...
“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...
Best known by Riverside audiences for The Wharf Revue, Phil Scott chats with guest writer Jason Blake from Audrey Journal about his upcoming show that explores the life of composer Lionel Bart.

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 writer of Diving for Pearls shares the story of the play and this latest production from Griffin Theatre Company.
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.

Sydney Theatre Company's production of Ayad Akhtar's Pultizer Prize-winning play Disgraced opened at Riverside Theatres last night. Check out the photos here.
Sydney Theatre Company's new Resident Designer Elizabeth Gadsby joins Carl Nilsson-Polias to discuss her design for Disgraced.
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...

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