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About Michael Huxley
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Entries by Michael Huxley
Before going into rehearsal for Breaking the Castle, writer/actor Peter Cook had a conversation with Street Talk – a blog created by The Street Theatre, Canberra
YOU HAVE CREATED A CAREER ACROSS THE STAGE, TV AND FILM – CAN YOU EXPLAIN THE PLACE AND EXPERIENCE OF THEATRE FOR YOU IN THE MIX?
Hailing from the Riverina, Lex Marinos OAM career spans across Australian theatre, film, radio and television for over forty years. Perhaps most fondly remembered as Bruno, the son-in-law from 80’s comedy series Kingswood County, Lex is returning to HotHouse in Suzie Miller’s Sunset Strip.
You were involved in the early days of HotHouse. Can you […]
We sat down with award winning playwright Brendan Hogan to ask him five questions about his play The Last Boy on Earth which is being performed this July School holidays as part of the 2019 HotHouse season.
What inspires you to write for children and families? There are lots of plays for really young […]
Thursday 6 June 2019
Today the Board of HotHouse Theatre announced the appointment of Ms Karla Conway to the role of Artistic Director/CEO. Karla will relocate to the […]
Kamarra Bell-Wykes (Yagera/Butchulla/European) is the director of the reading of STOLEN on the 24th of May to acknowledge National Reconciliation Week. In 2017, Kamarra was appointed ILBIJERRI’s Creative Director and works as a playwright, performer, director and dramaturge across mainstage and community productions. Kamarra is dedicated to the development of First Nations ways of working across […]
The Last Great Hunt are a Perth-based artist collective who have taken the world by storm with their imaginative and engaging style of theatre making. And they are in residence on the Border for the month of October.
While they’re here, they are performing three of their award winning shows: The Adventures of Alvin […]
Artistic Director Lyn Wallis, caught up with performer and creator of Who Am I …? Russel Cheek about how he turned his real life Sale of the Century adventure into a charming and funny one-man show