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.
Since 2014, MTC’s Women in Theatre Program has given over 50 participants the opportunity to engage with the inner workings of a major state theatre company, over the course of a 12 month professional and personal development program.
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.
MTC's 2019 Education Program has launched and to celebrate, we reflect on the impact of our 2018 Program thanks to the generosity of our community of donors.
Jaimee Doyle reflects on her year as an MTC Ambassador.
We're delighted to announce that Sarah Goodes has been appointed MTC Associate Artistic Director.
We are delighted to welcome 15 new participants to our Women in Theatre Program in 2019.
Daniel Frederiksen and James Millar reflect on their shared character and how they relate to the famous British playwright, novelist, essayist and actor – Alan Bennett.
Dan Giovannoni isn’t interested in painting a bleak picture of the world.