Writer and director Dean Bryant discusses slowing down, lockdown life as an arts worker, and taking 2020 to the stage with a group of friends.
Director Simon Phillips chats with MTC about live workshopping his brand new musical, which he is co-writing with Carolyn Burns and Tim Finn.
From her home in Los Angeles, playwright Lally Katz speaks with MTC about travelling – through time and place – via her dreams.
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.
The artisans who work behind the scenes on MTC shows may be out of sight but their impressive skills and talent are vital in creating the magic of theatre. Costume maker John Van Gastel gives us a glimpse of what’s involved.
While COVID has certainly put a spoke in the wheel of 2020, MTC’s NEXT STAGE Writers’ Program has been continuing apace behind the scenes.
Talking tech thrillers, Zoom theatre and the benefits of working in an office with playwright Kylie Trounson…
Melbourne Theatre Company is a dog-friendly workplace. Let’s meet the very good four-legged friends of MTC...
In the midst of the fashion capital of Australia’s mask mandate, MTC’s milliner is making some very stylish statement masks.
In April 2020, the family of long-time MTC subscribers Arthur & Viola Charlwood donated to the Company their signed first edition copy of Ray Lawler’s Summer of the Seventeenth Doll. Their daughter, Dianne White, shares their story.
MTC Audio Lab
The second series of MTC Audio Lab takes us on an eerie literary journey with a dramatic reading of Henry James’s classic ghost story, The Turn of the Screw. Director Sarah Goodes shares her vision for an act of collective imagination.
MTC Audio Lab
On the continuing legacy of Henry James’s gothic thriller The Turn of the Screw, one of contemporary literature’s most enduring and inspiring classics.