A theatre show is like an iceberg, with the performance only the visible tip of a vast, hidden world. Unseen by the audience are the months of work that has taken place for a show to reach the stage. This work is facilitated by the production manager.
Join us as we relive our 2016 In Conversation event with internationally renowned UK playwright and screenwriter Sir David Hare.
Before they were plays, some stories seen at MTC began their life in another form – maybe a book, film or poem. Take this week's MTC Quiz and try naming each of these stage adaptations.
A good story deserves an audience. And adaptations have the ability to transcend mediums, opening great stories up to new audiences, or giving existing audiences a chance to re-engage with their old favourites.
During the COVID-19 shutdown, we’re sharing recommendations from team members at MTC. This week, our Associate Producer/Senior Company Manager offers some tips for armchair travel, while dreaming about future actual travel.
The story of MTC couldn't be told without the stories of John Hackman Sumner and Raymond Evenor Lawler, the theatre makers whose names now adorn Southbank Theatre's two performance spaces.
An update on our 2020 MTC Education program.
An update on our 2020 MTC Women in Theatre program.
MTC has been overwhelmed by the kind messages of support we have recently received from those closest to us.
Melbourne Theatre Company today paid tribute to George Ogilvie, who passed away on Sunday 5 April 2020.
If you’ve seen a photo of an MTC production at any point in the last 30 years or so, chances are it was taken by Jeff Busby. We take a look at his art and career as one of Australia’s leading performance photographers.
Some of our favourite productions have shown us a reflection of ourselves on stage. Take this week's MTC Quiz and try naming each of these Australian plays.