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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?
We close for the holidays this afternoon, Monday 23 December at 5:00 PM, and reopen Monday 13 January 2020, 9:00 AM.
2019 has been a big year for HotHouse Theatre. We’ve worked on:
7 Subscription shows 7 Creative developments 2 Locally produced independent theatre shows Numerous community hires A masterclass in playwrighting 2 “In conversations” […]
Emily Weavers and Coralie Schell aka The Reginas spoke with us about their cabaret performance coming to the Hume Bank Butter Factory Theatre 11-13 December 2019. This is an original work developed over the past two years and premiering with HotHouse Theatre.
What inspired you to make this work?
When asked this question previously, we […]
We nabbed some time with Rachel McNamara ahead of Rabbit Hole coming to the Hume Bank Butter Factory Theatre 26-28 November 2019. She is and has been part of HotHouse Theatre’s programs to support independent theatre practice in the region.
What inspired you to choose this work?
We chose this work for a few reasons. […]
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 […]
Rachael Maza is the director of My Urrwai by Ghenoa Gela, and Artistic Director of ILBIJERRI Theatre in Melbourne. She shares some broader perspectives on the priority of First Nations’ story telling.
Rachael, you are a highly regarded and award winning director. What is the priority of First Nations story telling at this time?
Whilst jetting about the countryside with her extensive tour for My Urrwai, Ghenoa Gela shares a little bit about the show in anticipation for the HotHouse Theatre season.
Ghenoa, What’s it like coming back to communities you’ve visited but this time with your own story? Ghenoa visited Albury-Wodonga last year with Shakespeare.
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 […]