Excited to announce that Gareth Davies will feature in STC's 2019 programme! He'll play alongside Michelle Lim Davidson and Anthony Taufa in Nakkiah Lui's new play 'How to Rule the World'.
Tim Potter features in the new Multix commercial! Love your work Tim!
Wands at the ready - HPM's Mark Dickinson has been announced in the cast of Harry Potter and the Cursed Chil! Cannot wait for this!
Upgrade stars HPM's Harrison Gilbertson and will be released in Australian Cinemas on June 14!
The trailer for 'Occupation' is out! We love it and can't wait for the release.
In cinemas around Australia July 18. Stars HPM's Zac Garred!
Gareth Davies has begun rehearsals for Sydney Theatre Company's production of Saint Joan.
Described by The Telegraph UK as "Topical, fresh and deeply moving", Saint Joan is based on transcripts from Joan of Arc's trail and the extraordinary events of her life.
Under Imara Savage's direction, Shaw's classic play will be imbued with a minimalist, modern inflection.
Gareth will star alongside Sarah Snook, Socratis Otto, John Gaden, Brandon McClelland and William Zappa.
Saint Joan opens on June 11.
Cannot wait to see Anna Cheney in 'Revolt. She Said Revolt Again.' at the Old 505 Theatre Sydney!
Alice Birch's play explores the "language, structures and ideas that keep feminism and women trapped inside a patriarchal system, and presents a rallying cry for a new feminism; to work outside the system and re-redefine the way we think about womanhood."
Revolt. She said. Revolt Again opens on May 2.
HPM's Olivia Charalambous has been cast in Puffs, the off-Broadway hit that is coming to Melbourne in May!
"Puffs is the Harry Potter comedy play that proves Hufflepuffs matter too" - Nerdist
Puffs opens in Melbourne on May 26 at the Alex Theatre St Kilda.
Tom Budge has started filming 'Judy and Punch', a live-action reinterpretation of the puppet play Punch and Judy!
Tom will feature alongside Mia Wasikowska and Damon Herriman who will star in the titular roles.
The film, directed by Mirrah Foulkes and produced by Michele Bennett and Nash Edgerton, is shooting in and around Melbourne until the end of May.
Starring HPM's Tim Carroll, The 78-Storey Treehouse continues its successful tour, opening tomorrow at The Arts Centre Melbourne.
Written by Richard Tulloch and adapted from the book by Andy Griffiths and Terry Denton, The 78-Storey Treehouse is described by The Daily Telegraph as "lively, colourful and very funny… A cool, clever show that all youngsters will love."
Following its Melbourne season, the show will continue its national tour with stops including Adelaide, Darwin, Rockhampton and Perth.
HPM's Jordan Fraser-Trumble has been announced in the cast of upcoming MTC show Gloria.
Under the direction of Lee Lewis, Jordan will feature alongside Lisa McCune, Aileen Huynh and Callan Colley.
"Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’ explosive Pulitzer Prize finalist Gloria is a fresh and surprising new satire that takes a scathing look at office politics and our exploitative, media-saturated age."
Gloria opens on June 16.
“I like to be challenged, that’s the general motive behind what I do creatively"
HMP's Harrison Gilbertson chats with GQ Australia about why he loves what he does.
"Matilda Moran as Gussie is feisty, strong and even though she's incredibly self-involved, Moran has been able to capture a vulnerable side that very occasionally peeks through, making Gussie a fully rounded character" - Emma Caldwell, Weekendnotes.
HPM's Matilda Moran is currently starring in Stephen Sondheim & George Furth's 'Merrily We Roll Along', presented by Little Triangle.
The show runs for another two weeks at The Depot Theatre, Marrickville.
"What makes the Trumps, the Abbotts and the Hansons of this world tick? What would happen if their world started to shift ever so slightly?"
Lyall Brook's one man show - A Prudent Man - is on tour!
A hit among audiences at the 2016 Melbourne Fringe Festival, A Prudent Man runs until Saturday night at the Wagga Wagga Civic Theatre.
Barnie Duncan's show 'Different Party' continues its season at the Adelaide Fringe.
"A howlingly funny, exquisitely performed hour of office-set slapstick from two of New Zealand's most exciting comic talents" - the Telegraph.
Different Party runs until March 18.