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Robert Connolly is the writer and director of Underground: The Julian Assange Story, telling the story of the early years of the mastermind behind Wikileaks. DORIAN TISATO catches up with Connolly for a chat.
Top Girls is a play about success and how far some women will go to get it, and is, despite being performed for the first time 30 years ago, remains highly relevant to today’s society. The State Theatre Company has just bought the production to Adelaide and TIBIKE JURECSKA spoke to actress Lia Reutens (pictured, right) about her two roles in the play.
One of the sceptics at the 2012 Global Atheist Convention was was Mitchell Jackett, a first year student at the University of South Australia who won tickets through the student union’s Secular Society. Mitchell spoke to TOM SYRMAS afterwards about what went on inside and why the convention was important.
Resident comic book expert AMY LOUISE MAYNARD went along to the first ever Oz Comic-Con in Adelaide and spoke to a few famous faces (and voices).
AMY LOUISE MAYNARD asks four comic industry heavyweights about the state of Australia’s comic book industry at the 2012 Oz Comic-Con, including Doug Holgate (Moccocco), Queenie Chan (Odd is On Our Side), Jon Sommariva (Star Wars Tales) David Yardin (Astonishing X-Men) and Dave De Vries (Southern Squadron).
As Oz Comic-Con looms on the weekend, SIAN CAIN spoke to Australian comic book legend Dave de Vries about Australia’s comic book industry, why Oz Comic-Con will be vital and why we should all thank Sheldon Cooper.
The 2012 WOMADelaide festival is now done and dusted, but how does it all get put together? AMELIA SKACZKOWSKI had a chat to project manager Laura Smans, who this year is working with international mime group ‘Sivouplait’
WOMAD remains a festival not just about the music, but about the world as we know it. A little stall lying along the lanes in Botanic Park is Wozwaste, a recycling based fashion store brandishing the slogan “reincarnating rubbish.” AMELIA SKACZKOWSKI chatted to the store’s owner to find out more…
WOMADelaide might commonly be mistaken as the festival of sights and sounds… however there are plenty of reasons to get your tastebuds excited. PAIGE MULHOLLAND interviewed host of ‘Taste the World,’ Rosa Matto to see how taste becomes a valuable language in world culture.
So what can we expect from a show named after its very own mystique? SARAH SPENCER interviews Jenny Wynter from ‘An Unexpected Variety Show’ to find out what this cabaret comedy show has in store.