Steve Dow
is a Melbourne-born, Sydney-based arts writer.

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Culture January 31, 2015

A peek inside TV’s bleak House of Hancock

Miniseries tackles the story of a Rose between thorny Lang Hancock and Gina Rinehart.

Culture November 15, 2014

Paul Capsis scales the heights with Calpurnia Descending

Cabaret star Paul Capsis teams with Sisters Grimm to bring to the stage an original twist on an age-old tale.

Culture October 04, 2014

Asher Keddie shows off her Party Tricks

Asher Keddie has long been popular. But now that she’s also being recognised for the quality of her acting, will the US come calling?

Culture July 19, 2014

’Charlie’s Country’ director Rolf de Heer shows his Dutch courage

Rolf de Heer’s long-term friendship with actor David Gulpilil once again unearths filmic gold.

Culture May 10, 2014

Queensland Theatre Company artistic director Wesley Enoch on work, faith and family

As the first Indigenous head of a state theatre company, Wesley Enoch is used to breaking new ground. He’s also no stranger to controversy.

Culture February 28, 2014

Australian theatre’s enfant terrible Simon Stone

His father’s death at an early age left playwright and stage director Simon Stone fragile and fearful. But he's all the stronger for it.