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Ep 39: Accessible Arts and STC In conversation with Daniel Monks
In July this year actor, filmmaker and advocate Daniel Monks took time out of his busy schedule, performing in STC's production of Lord of the Flies, to do a special 'in conversation' event in which he discussed his craft, his career and his leadership in the art and disability advocacy space. A collaboration between STC and Accessible Arts, NSW's peak arts and disability organisation, this talk was moderated by STC's Artistic Director Kip Williams.
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Ep 38: Sydney Theatre Company's 2020 Season
Sydney Theatre Company's Artistic Director Kip Williams and Executive Director Patrick McIntyre discuss the 2020 season.
Listen as they give exciting behind the scenes insights into the season and discuss how it all came together.
Ep 37: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof Live Q&A
This episode was recorded live at Rosyln Packer Theatre for the pre-season briefing of STC’s Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, by Tennessee Williams.
Featuring a full cast and several creatives, including the production’s director and our company’s artistic director, Kip Williams, the conversation delves into the psychology of the Pollitt family, around whom the play is centred, the meaning of truth, and some hints at the elements of design which are bringing this steamy Southern tale to life.
Ep 36: Paul Mac and Steve Francis on the music in How to Rule the World
Which sound design moment gives Paul Mac chills? Is drama or comedy harder to compose for? We spoke to chart-topping electronic music producer Paul Mac and the celebrated, prolific theatre composer and sound designer Steve Francis about creating the soundtrack for Nakkiah Lui’s biting political satire, How to Rule the World.
How to Rule the World is playing at Sydney Opera House Drama Theatre until the 30th of March.
Ep 35: A Q&A with Nakkiah Lui and the How to Rule the World team
A lively discussion on the genesis and development of this frighteningly relevant and bitingly funny political satire.
This Q&A was recorded live at Roslyn Packer Theatre for the How to Rule the World Pre-season Briefing, one of Sydney Theatre Company's Insight Events in which audiences meet the actors and creative teams behind STC’s work.
How to Rule the World is playing at Sydney Opera House Drama Theatre until the 30th of March 2019. Tickets are on sale now.
Ep 34: Mary Stuart Live Q&A
This episode was recorded live at Roslyn Packer Theatre for the Mary Stuart Pre-season Briefing, one of Sydney Theatre Company's Insight Events.
In this informal Q&A, STC's literary manager Polly Rowe sits down with Mary Stuart's cast and creatives to discuss how the fascinating true story of Elizabeth I and Mary Queen of Scots is expressed in a bold new adaptation by Kate Mulvany.
Mary Stuart is playing Roslyn Packer Theatre until the 2nd of March.