Our Artistic Director Kate Cherry continues her travels in the US, currently in Los Angeles soaking up the arts and culture with her husband and son. She is writing a few blog posts about her travels, what she sees, who she meets with and more - a journal of sorts to share with you:
Our Artistic Director Kate Cherry is travelling around the United States, soaking up the arts and culture there with her husband and son. She is writing a few blog posts about her travels, what she sees, who she meets with and more. Here is Kate's first post:
Black Swan's Artistic Director Kate Cherry recently took a break from her theatre directing duties here in Perth for a little change of pace - directing an opera in New Zealand!
Director Adam Mitchell is tackling the great American drama Death of a Salesman next month at the State Theatre Centre of WA. He took a few minutes out of the rehearsal room to answer our questions:
Lighting Designer Trent Suidgeest has worked on several Black Swan productions, after starting out in our HotBed Ensemble program in 2009. He has progressed to designing our mainstage productions and is a Black Swan Resident Artist in 2013. And this year, for the first time, he will add Set Designer to his list of achievements. For Death of a Salesman, Trent will be designing the lighting and set, a combination that will no doubt create an arresting performance space. We asked Trent to explain what this new position has been like for him:
Powerhouse actor John Stanton returns to Black Swan's stage to play one of the great roles of the 20th century, in one of the greatest American dramas of all time. John answered some questions for Limelight Magazine about his role, his preparation and why it's still so relevant.
Black Swan State Theatre Company regrets to announce that Bruce Beresford has withdrawn as the director of Joanna Murray-Smiths play Day One, A Hotel, Evening. Instead, director, writer and actor Peter Houghton will direct the play for Black Swan.