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Australian Theatre for Young People (ATYP) Scholarships

The Australian Theatre for Young People (ATYP) and international ambassadors Rose Byrne and Rebel Wilson have announced the respective winners of the 2020 scholarship and commission. Chika Ikogwe, who Rose Byrne chose as the 2020 recipient of the Rose Byrne Scholarship For Emerging Female Leader In The Arts is a Nigerian-Australian actor, writer, and recent […]

Toby Schmitz Stars In Thom Pain (Based On Nothing)

Red Line Productions presents a world first live-streamed theatre season and a specially commissioned live concert event. Toby Schmitz, a multi-award winning Australian actor, is a master of the tragic and comic, making him ideal for Will Eno’s acclaimed one man show, Thom Pain (Based On Nothing). There will also be a specially commissioned live concert: […]

Peter Rabbit

Based off the character created by Beatrix Potter, Peter Rabbit has received a 3D live-action lift. The computer animated children’s comedy is directed by Will Gluck, who wrote the screenplay with Rob Lieber. The film features an awesome line-up of cast including, Rose Byrne, Domhnall Gleeson and Sam Niell, with voices by James Corden, Margot Robbie, […]

A View From The Bridge

Rose Byrne talks about stumbling into seeing A View From The Bridge as a nerdy sixteen-year old drama student and she was never quite the same again. It has that sort of effect on people. Widely regarded as Arthur Miller’s finest work, Redline Theatre brings the show to the Old Fitz after a three-year process […]

Review: Speed-the-Plow

The Sydney Theatre Company round out their 2016 season with Speed-the-Plow. David Mamet’s oddly titled 1988 satire of Hollywood has nothing to do with agriculture but much to do with hard work. The “hard work” is the work of Bobby Gould (Damon Herriman), who has just been elevated to the position of head of production for a major […]

Bad Neighbours

Unmistakable gasps of coitus onscreen can only mean one thing – it’s all downhill from here. In a film that could be one of the most hysterical of Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg’s creations, Mack (Rogen) and his wife Kelly’s (Rose Byrne) mundane family life is transformed into a battlefield when a partying all-American fraternity […]