You may have seen Lachlan Woods onstage but his offstage work as a photographer is an equally notable part of his MTC oeuvre. He talks to us about taking pictures, making theatre, voice acting, artificial intelligence and more.
We’re thrilled that seven of our Season 2019 productions have received a total of 23 nominations in 12 categories for the 37th annual Green Room Awards.
Coffee in the Lounge
Actors Ainsley Melham and Adam-Jon Fiorentino require an immense amount of trust to play the roles of Molina and Valentin in Kander and Ebb’s darkest musical. It’s a trust that came easily to the former Aladdin colleagues.
Caroline O’Connor has played many leading ladies throughout her illustrious career, so the role of Aurora in Kiss of the Spider Woman – the embodiment of a multitude of leading lady archetypes – seems tailor made for her.
Kiss of the Spider Woman is set in an unnamed South American jail cell, seemingly sometime in the 20th century, but the political and social reality that inspired its setting is stark: Argentina’s Dirty War.
Award-winning set and costume designer Alicia Clements discusses the ‘marathon’ journey of bringing Kiss of the Spider Woman to life through costume.
Kiss of the Spider Woman has had at least four different lives over its four-decade history. We take a look back at its often groundbreaking journey from page to stage to silver screen and Broadway.
Learn more about Kander & Ebb's provocative tale of love and imagination in our production programme, which can be purchased at the theatre for $2 or downloaded for free online.
Work experience student Jennifer Roache reflects on her week in the rehearsal room for Kiss of the Spider Woman.
For choreographer Andrew Hallsworth, creating dance and movement sequences is his passion. Collaborating with artists who happen to be great friends is an added bonus.