This week, Michelle Lim Davidson answers a question from Janice, who wants to know how actors remember all their lines, and how they cope when they forget one!
Learn more about what actors do in each stage of the theatre production process.
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.
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.
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.
Cast members from Shakespeare in Love tell us about choreography, corsets and codpieces.
Meet MTC’s Storm Boy, Conor Lowe, who makes his professional debut playing the title character in Tom Holloway’s stage adaptation of Colin Thiele’s much-loved novel.
We sat down with the cast of The Violent Outburst That Drew Me to You during rehearsals to hear more about their work.
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.
Coffee in the Lounge
Zoe Terakes tells us about their introduction to acting and the thrill of climbing into someone else’s skin on stage.
Marta Dusseldorp tells us about finding her character Nora Helmer in the nuances of Lucas Hnath’s script.
Jai Courtney tells us about turning into one of drama’s biggest tyrants, Macbeth.