21-year-old Shalom Brune-Franklin finished up at WAAPA last year and went straight into rehearsals for Girl Shut Your Mouth, one play in Black Swan's upcoming performance, LOADED: A Double Bill of New Plays. Community Newspapers sat down with Shalom to find out what life after school is really like, and what's in store for audiences.
What goes into writing an adaptation of an existing work? Are there rules to follow, or can you have some creative licence? To get some answers, we went to writer Hilary Bell who adapted The Red Balloon by Albert Lamorisse, which we are presenting in the Studio Underground starting next week.
Set & Costume Designer Bryan Woltjen is back, now designing our upcoming production, Extinction. We chatted with Bryan about his work, inspiration and the big reveal.
Streaming productions out into the regions offers companies much more than just audience development opportunities, says ArtsHub writer Richard Watts.
You might recognise Peter Rowsthorn as Brett Craig, the often distressed hubbie of Kim Craig (nee Day) on the very hilarious Kath & Kim series. But Rowsthorns acting CV is packed with oh-so much more.
Pulitzer Prize-winning modern classic, Glengarry Glen Ross by David Mamet, is soon to be on the Heath Ledger Theatre stage here in Perth! Here's a recent interview with actor Will O'Mahony, who will be familiar to many of you from his many fastastic productions with Black Swan and other companies in Perth.
Many of us know Damian Walshe-Howling from his television credits, particularly Blue Heelers, Bikie Wars and Underbelly. Soon Damian will be gracing the Heath Ledger Theatre stage in our production of David Mamet's fast-talking, back-stabbing, cut-throat drama, Glengarry Glen Ross. He recently chatted with We Love Perth about Mamet, Perth and his acting career.
We've been talking a lot on the blog recently about the designer dresses on stage in Dinner. Now it's time to meet India Mehta, who brought the costumes and props together for this glamorous show.