is a Sydney-based arts writer and the author of Gay: The Tenth Anniversary Collection.
Filmmaker Rachel Perkins stays true to her activist upbringing in Jasper Jones, even as she avoids overt political messages.
After conquering Hollywood, Rose Byrne returns to Australia to take on Mamet for the STC.
Playwright and Black Comedy star Nakkiah Lui has turned her politically aware upbringing into award-winning writing about Indigenous experience.
Marta Dusseldorp, one of the best-known faces on Australian television, talks about history, loss and her highly successful family.
Komische Oper Berlin director Barrie Kosky is unlikely to return to Australia, where arts funding is suffering successive cuts. In contrast, he says, ‘the arts are in the DNA of western Europe’.
Samoan actor Ray Chong Nee on his heritage, his desire to give back, and his dream for a King Lear of colour.
The Australia Council’s latest funding cuts have further devastated arts companies.
While there might once have been similarities between Rake's Richard Roxburgh and his dissolute character Cleaver Greene, family has grounded the actor.
Korean-American playwright Young Jean Lee has the world’s most privileged social class firmly in her sights.
Malthouse's new artistic director Matthew Lutton again embraces his dark side, bringing Picnic at Hanging Rock to the stage.
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