In DRESS CIRCLE this week Birmingham Stage Company founder, Neal Foster, who’ll be at the Canberra Theatre in the cast of “Barmy Britain”, tells how the famous Horrible Histories series came about. Jill Hicks (pictured), a finalist for the 2015 Australian of the Year, shares details of her experience as a survivor of the London terrorist bombing, and we pay tribute to Canberra theatrical legend, Hec McMillan, who passed away during the week.
In the “Red Velvet and Wild Boronia” segment, Hazel Phillips concludes her story of “Marilyn and Me”.
As well, Len Power will review the movie version of Stephen Sondheim’s “Into the Woods”, Blue the Shearer wonders why “Parliament is not sitting”, and Isobel Griffin will present “Arts Diary”.
Ninety minutes of interviews, reviews, music and news about the performing arts in Canberra and beyond, DRESS CIRCLE is produced and presented by Bill Stephens, and broadcast by Artsound FM 92.7 every Sunday evening from 5.00pm until 6.30pm. It is repeated on Tuesday nights from 11.30pm and streamed live on the internet at Artsound.fm