Best known as Kath Day-Knight from Kath & Kim, Jane Turner returns to the stage, taking on a very different maternal role.
Margot Morales Tanjutco was an MTC Ambassador in 2012. Now she's returned to the Company for her first professional theatre job, as Associate Director on Torch the Place.
Currently working on Torch the Place, composer and sound designer Clemence Williams reveals how she uses sound to transport audiences through time and place.
Celebrate the impact of our 2019 Education Program made possible by the generosity of our donors.
Amelia Lever-Davidson sheds light on the task of illuminating Torch the Place.
Torch the Place asks us to find clarity in the clutter of life. We asked playwright Benjamin Law and the cast to tell us about a personal item they could never part with.
Actor Izabella Yena’s MTC journey began in high school. This year she makes her MTC mainstage debut in Home, I’m Darling, and she will return to the stage a few months later for Sexual Misconduct of the Middle Classes.
Torch the Place director Dean Bryant discusses the world premiere of a production overflowing with ideas.
We chat with Nadine Garner about Emerald City, making art and her brilliant career.
We are delighted to welcome 12 new participants to our Women in Theatre Program in 2020.
Learn more about Benjamin Law’s debut play in our production programme, which can be purchased at the theatre for $2 or downloaded for free online.
The Board and staff of Melbourne Theatre Company congratulate MTC Chair Jane Hansen on her appointment as an Officer of the Order of Australia (AO) in the Australia Day Honours.
As Laura Wade’s award-winning play begins its Australian premiere season, we caught up with actor Nikki Shiels to find out what it has to say about indulging your dreams, living a fantasy, nostalgia and the modern condition.
Benjamin Law’s debut stage work looks beneath the layers of collected memory to discover the cause of one mother’s affliction.
You may know actor Michala Banas from her onscreen roles in Upper Middle Bogan or McLeod’s Daughters, but her new role is her most personal yet.
Take a sneak peek at Set & Costume Designer Renée Mulder's exquisite costume sketches for Home, I'm Darling.
Learn more about Laura Wade’s piercingly funny Olivier Award-winning play in our production programme, which can be purchased at the theatre for $2 or downloaded for free online.
Diana Lin returns in dramatic style after a 20-year hiatus from stage and screen.
Laura Wade's Home, I'm Darling takes us back to the 1950s, via a uniquely 21st-century perspective. But how realistic are contemporary understandings of this decade?
Benjamin Law shares his fears and excitements about joining the fold of a theatre company he has long admired.