Tony Birch and guest Chris Mead investigate Reginald Rose's classic legal drama, Twelve Angry Men.
Contributors to Griffith Review's Tasmania edition speak with its editor about the privileges and pitfalls of the isl...
Ruby Murray and Stephen Armstrong examine Hannie Rayson's Two Brothers and its social and political underpinnings.
Dava Sobel discusses her account - part-play, part-historical account - of the astronomer Copernicus. With Robin Will...
Andrew McDonald and Josh Nelson discuss Tennessee Williams' classic play, A Streetcar Named Desire.
Alison Croggon explores Ray Lawler's Summer of the Seventeenth Doll for Australian Literature 101, with Ramona Koval.
Lorin Clarke joins Ruby Murray to discuss Louis Nowra's Australian classic, Cosi.
David Williamson celebrates the Australian Writers Guild's 50th anniversary with his State of the Industry Address.
In this instalment of Texts in the City, Andrew McDonald and Tanya Goldberg discuss Arthur Miller's The Crucible.
Tom Stoppard talks about his life and work, and the "unfathomably interesting" space between audiences and performers.
Katz, Kemp, Rayson and Cortese discuss the theatre community and the practice of crafting their stories.
Hannie Rayson and Tony Wilson look at Tennessee Williams' classic play, A Streetcar Named Desire.
Barry Otto and Tony Wilson explore Louis Nowra's play Cosi, part of our Texts in the City series.
In Drama Queens, our panel discuss solutions to unequal representation in contemporary Australian theatre.
Hannie Rayson suggests that theatre and politics share more in common than we think; both seek to move us through str...
An energetic debate on stage criticism in Australia, featuring Alison Croggon, Julian Meyrick, Stephen Sewell and Cam...
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