Director Sarah Giles discusses the maths of humour, the music of The Truth and the greatest lie of all: the theatre.
From the celebrated playwright behind The Father comes a devilishly dark comedy that explores the truths that tear us apart and the lies that keep us together. Learn more about this international hit in our show programme.
As a Melburnian who admits to not liking coffee, Stephen Curry happily runs the risk of inciting a revolt. But as the brother of a Commonwealth Games gold medallist, he’s not worried.
Tony- and Oscar-winning playwright and screenwriter Sir Christopher Hampton has provided all of the English-language translations for lauded French playwright Florian Zeller. He spoke with MTC ahead of our season of The Truth.
As Alice in Florian Zeller’s hit comedy, Katrina Milosevic is trapped in a lie but wants to come clean. In real life, Milosevic wants to do the same about the little white lies we all tell each other every day.
Michala Banas spills the beans on how she got her gig on McLeod’s Daughters and why you should always do the things that scare you most.
As Paul in Florian Zeller’s hit comedy, Bert LaBonté is possibly playing a little fast and loose with the truth but here he fesses up to the biggest lie he ever told.