Malthouse Theatre

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Interview: Daniel Monks

Christian chats to Daniel Monks the lead actor in the Malthouse Theatre’s new production, The Real and Imagined History of the Elephant […]

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Interview: Janice Muller

Silvi and Christina chat to Janice Muller, director of the Malthouse Theatre’s Australian premier production of Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again. running until July […]

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Review: Wild Bore

Wild Bore is a new theatre production by three comedians, Zoe Coombs Marr, 
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 and Adrienne Truscott. It is a meta […]

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Interview: Tara Jade Samaya

Daniel, Adalya and Jim chat to Tara Jade Samaya, the “Dance Captain” of Chunky Move’s ANTI GRAVITY, on at the Malthouse Theatre […]

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Review: Piece for Person and Ghetto Blaster

Piece for person and Ghetto Blaster is an experimental dance work by Nicola Gunn. This work has had seasons all across Australia […]

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Interview: Angela Conquet

Molly and Andrew chat to Angela Conquet, the Artistic Director of Dancehouse, about their participation in the upcoming Dance Massive festival, which […]

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Review: Little Emperors

Theatre review, An intimate look into the human cost of China’s decades long one child policy. Playing at the Malthouse A’beckett Theatre, […]

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Review: Anthony Weigh, Edward II

Hosts Christian and Jim are joined in the studio with playwright, Anthony Weigh, who spoke about his upcoming play Edward II, produced by […]

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Interview: Declan Greene, Conviction

Hosts Lauren and Erin were joined in the studio with former SYNner DECLAN GREENE – the director and dramaturg of the world premiere show CONVICTION, “a […]

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Review: Come Away with Me to the End of the World, Ranters Theatre

Come Away with Me to the End of the World by Ranters theatre was a series of conversations between nameless characters on stage. […]