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Coffee in the Lounge
Playing Lewis in Così is actor Sean Keenan. He tells us about his journey from the screen to the stage, as well as his great love for Australia.
See inside the rehearsal room of this offbeat romance starring Kat Stewart and Peter Kowitz.
Continue the Story
Explore some of MTC's greatest theatrical triumphs from 10 years at Southbank Theatre.
Lighting designer Niklas Pajanti discusses lighting effects as an expression of the characters in Così.
Glenn Hazeldine discusses how his character Henry evolves over the course of the play to become an admirable character of strength and loyalty to his fellow stage players.
In Così, Katherine Tonkin plays Ruth, an obsessive personality who often frustrates her peers with her meticulous behaviour. She shares her thoughts on the rehearsal process and her journey to finding Ruth.
Bessie Holland tells us about the arc of her character and how she embodies Cherry.
Playwright Louis Nowra tells Fiona Gruber about the events and people who changed his life, and how they came to form the inspiration behind his iconic play Così.
Actor Kat Stewart discusses her role in the upcoming Australian premiere of Heisenberg.
How did designer Alicia Clements — with a dedicated team of contracted and permanent MTC staff — build two life-size vans for the stage?
One of the greatest dramatists of 20th century theatre, Arthur Miller’s writing continues to speak volumes with its timeless and universal themes.
10 Years in Southbank
Brett Sheehy reflects on 10 years of courageous and compelling storytelling at Southbank Theatre.
Get a glimpse into the process of bringing Arthur Miller's classic to the stage.
Learn more about Arthur Miller's modern masterpiece in our production programme, which can be purchased at the theatre for $2 or downloaded for free online.
Author and journalist Jenny Valentish reflects on the relationship between Diane Arbus and Mae West, and two vastly different views of the women's liberation movement.
Get a closer look at the world premiere production of Arbus & West.
Mae West and Diane Arbus both had an enormous impact throughout the 20th century. However, their ideologies clashed drastically. Their meeting in 1964 inspired the creation of Stephen Sewell’s new play, Arbus & West.
Learn more about Stephen Sewell's intriguing new work, Arbus & West in our production programme, which can be purchased at the theatre for $2 or downloaded for free online.
Year 11 student Blake Pavey reflects on his work experience week in the rehearsal room for A View from the Bridge.
When Mary Shepherd commandeered Alan Bennett’s Camden driveway, an unlikely 15-year friendship ensued.
Learn more about Alan Bennett's bittersweet comedy, The Lady in the Van in our production programme, which can be purchased at the theatre for $2 or downloaded for free online.
MTC’s First Peoples Young Artists Program inspires the next generation of theatre makers.
MTC Lifetime Patron and supporter of the Company's Cybec Electric play reading series, Dr Roger Riordan AM passed away on Wednesday 2 January 2019.
Kyle Robinson tells us about his week in the rehearsal room.