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Broadway is back! A swag of productions that were forced into an extended hiatus, upstaged by Covid, are back in theatres on the Great White Way. The return to the business of show coincides with the 74th Tony Awards ceremony. The event takes p
With over 230 episodes in the STAGES archive, it’s time to revisit conversations featured in previous seasons. STAGES showcases such episodes in case you didn’t catch them, first time around - or perhaps for you to enjoy, a second time. Either
During our second season, STAGES was delighted to connect with Australia’s original Eliza Doolittle, Bunty Turner.In 1950’s Australia the Original Cast Recordings of the West End and Broadway productions of My Fair Lady, became highly sought tr
Paul Saliba has been described as ‘a man of fire’. His dance and choreographic work radiates a sense of energy, light and warmth. The man himself is excitable, committed and vital. A conversation with Paul is enlightening and re-affirming.Paul
Robert Love recently completed two decades as the Director of the City of Parramatta’s Riverside Theatres. It was a role he relished; overseeing one of the most highly attended venues in the country.Love founded his own theatre company - ‘Toe T
Bruce Roberts is a welcome presence in households around the country. As the genial Newsreader for WIN News, he has anchored more than 18,000 primetime news bulletins and written extensive content featured in the nightly broadcast.Bruce has bee
Amy Campbell is one of Australia’s most accomplished dance talents with a career spanning all areas of the entertainment industry. Her extensive list of choreographic credits include Once (Darlinghurst Theatre Co), In The Heights (Blue Saint Pr
Peter Cousens name is synonymous with the musical theatre in Australia. His contributions are many - as a leading man, producer and passionate advocate of the form.From 2006 to 2008 he was CEO and Artistic Director of Kookaburra: The National M
Peter Cousens is a graduate of the National Institute of Dramatic Art and has carved a career as an actor, singer, producer, director, teacher and film director. He played the Phantom in The Phantom of the Opera on London's West End for eleven
Peter Cousens' name is synonymous with the musical theatre in Australia. His contributions are many - as a leading man, producer and passionate advocate of the form.He is a graduate of the National Institute of Dramatic Art and has carved a car
Jonathan Mill is a gregarious presence who guarantees good work, and a giggle. His career as an actor has been paralleled with a committed support of his fellow performers through extensive work with the Media, Entertainment and Arts Alliance.
Bev Kennedy is generally regarded as one of Australia’s leading Musical Directors & accompanists, having worked on over 40 professional productions. Shows she has worked on include Billy Elliot, Mamma Mia! The Producers, We Will Rock You, The L
Henry Moss is a queer stand-up comedian. His comedy cabaret QUADRUPLE THRE4T was nominated for Best Comedy at 2019 Brighton Fringe and was a Reviews Hub LGBTQI pick for Vault Festival in 2020.Henry recently performed his Work In Progress versio
Anthony Phelan grew up in Northern Queensland, and has enjoyed a varied career across film, television and theatre.Screen projects include Wanted Series 1 & 2, the series Seven Types of Ambiguity for ABC Australia, The Kettering Incident, Deep
Yvette Robinson trained at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts. She has carved an exciting career in musical theatre roles in Australia, Europe and the U.K.Her numerous credits in London’s West End include: The Woman in Blues in t
Hailed by the New York Times as a soprano of “gleaming sound, free and easy high notes, agile coloratura runs and lyrical grace,” Jessica Pratt is considered one of today’s foremost interpreters of some of bel canto’s most challenging repertoir
A visit to the the Ensemble Theatre in Sydney’s Kirribilli is generally greeted by the genial presence of James Birch. Either welcoming you into the auditorium or serving a drink from behind the bar, Jim’s cheerful demeanour feels like an essen
David Hooley is a graduate of the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts and the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. His theatre credits include Spamalot (Her Majesty’s Theatre Melbourne), Fiddler On The Roof (Aus/NZ tour), Richard III (She
Josh Piterman grew up with a love of sport, playing AFL and Tennis. He might have pursued excellence in these arenas but instead his passion for entertaining and singing took him to The University of Ballarat Arts Academy where he graduated wit
Celebrated actress Tina Bursill’s outstanding career spans decades, with a substantial body of work which has brought to life some of Australia’s best loved characters on stage and screen.Commencing her career in revues and political satire, su
Grant Dodwell is an actor, writer and producer with over 40 years’ experience in theatre, film and television.Trained at NIDA, he is perhaps best known as Dr Simon Bowen in the iconic series A Country Practice; winning three Logie awards for th
Mitchell Butel became interested in theatre as a child after seeing the musical Song and Dance and later The Little Shop of Horrors. He attended the University of New South Wales and studied for a degree in Arts/Law, majoring in Theatre Studies
Peter Bodnar is a singing teacher based in Sydney, Australia. He trains professional singers in the music theatre and classical performing arts industry.Peter harnesses over 30 years in the business, as a singer, actor and teacher on corporate
Barbara Stephens is amongst a group of Australian actors who were part of the 1970s 'Australian Renaissance’. They were the trail-blazers who worked for and achieved Australian plays, films and TV, for Australian audiences. This group of theatr
Amanda Muggleton is a British-born actor who emigrated to Australia in 1974. She trained at London’s Guildhall School of Music and Drama and the Royal Academy of Dance.Perhaps her most famous television role is that of Chrissie Latham in Austra
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