MTC takes home three awards, announced on 6 April in a virtual ceremony.
Each week during lockdown we’ll share a range of recommendations from a team member at MTC. This week, we asked Director of Artistic Operations & Senior Producer Martina Murray for her top tips to watch, read, create and even dance!
With everyone staying home, it can seem like you're always on the phone! Take some Me Time with this quiz, and try naming the plays that featured these phones on stage.
MTC has been joining forces with Virtual School Victoria for several years in order to facilitate drama education of the highest calibre, no matter where a student is located. This work will become even more vital for the Company over the coming months.
Walk the halls of MTC HQ in this virtual tour and explore the spaces where plays are rehearsed, sets are built, costumes are sewn, and wigs are created one strand of hair at a time.
As Asia TOPA continues to light up Melbourne in celebration of the artists & cultures in the Asia-Pacific region, we are thrilled to be part of this fantastic festival once again.
See inside our Torch the Place Donor post-show cocktail party
Explore MTC HQ in our virtual tour, and find these props hiding in the Small Props Store.
Learn more about what actors do in each stage of the theatre production process.
Learn more about this sparkling revival of David Williamson's Australian classic in our production programme, available for just $2 in the theatre foyers or free online.
Susie Youssef and Peter Paltos want Laura Wade to write a Home, I'm Darling sequel, so we can find out what happens to their characters, Fran and Marcus.
There’s something really special about the authenticity of allowing migrant actors tell their own stories, says Diana Lin.
Max Brown discusses the vocal idiosyncrasies of his character, the Asian Australian migrant experience and the 'size' of stage acting.
Torch the Place reminds us that it is important to listen to your parents, and that problems need time, space and understanding to solve, says Charles Wu.
Familiar to Benjamin Law fans as Jenny (aka Mum) in The Family Law, Fiona Choi reunites with the first-time playwright to play eldest sibling (and defacto mum) in Torch the Place.
Playwright Madelaine Nunn tells us about her play reading in Cybec Electric 2020.
From watching influencers online for research to the unique challenges of working on a production where the script could be changing throughout the rehearsal process, Michelle Lim Davidson takes it all in her stride.
Alistair Baldwin is one of nine talented playwrights presenting an excerpt of his work at MTC's 2020 Cybec Electric play readings.
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.