In DRESS CIRCLE this week veteran actor, Max Cullen (pictured) talks about newspaper columnist, Lennie Lower, the subject of his fascinating new show “How to be (or not to be) Lower” which opens in The Street Theatre this week.
Ballerina Lana Jones discusses her role in “Monument” which will be given its world premiere in the Canberra Theatre this week as part of the Australian Ballet’s “Symmetries” season.
Alexander Spencer-Jones tells Bill Stephens how she got the opportunity to direct her stunning new interpretation of “The Clockwork Orange” and her leading man, Martin McReadie, discusses how he approaches the role made famous by Malcolm McDowell in the classic Stanley Kubrick film of this play.
Artistic Director, David Reedy, tells why he is returning to the stage to sing the title role in “Rigoletto” one of two operas featured in Canberra Opera’s latest program opening on Friday.
In the “Red Velvet and Wild Boronia” segment, Jacqui Rae presents songs by Kander and Ebb in excerpts from her cabaret “My Own Space”.
Len Power reviews “The Hollow” currently being presented by Tempo Theatre, Isobel Griffin presents “Arts Diary” and we have as much other showbiz music and news as we can fit into 90 minutes.
“Dress Circle” is broadcast by Artsound FM 92.7 every Sunday evening from 5.00pm until 6.30pm and repeated on Tuesday nights from 11.30pm. It is also streamed live on the internet at Artsound.fm