Devised from the saying “Divorced, Beheaded, Died, Divorced, Beheaded, Survived”, SIX The Musical presents the stories of the six wives of King Henry VIII through a pop-rock concert rendition. Christina Savopoulos interviews Kiana Daniele (Anna of Cleves) and Chelsea Dawson (Katherine Howard) about their experience with the show.
Radio Fodder interviews Leah Bourne about her role in UHT’s upcoming production ‘Nora: A Doll’s House’. This will be the last production performed in Union Theatre at Union House after providing a sanctuary for theatre-loving UniMelb students for an unmatched legacy of 84 years.
Maddy Cronn shares her thoughts on Melbourne’s Fashion Festival, a city-wide fashion celebration which features a concentrated spotlight on the creation of Australian and Melbourne designers.
A week ago I was introduced to the world of Infinite Affection | Άπειρη Στοργή, a Greek dance performance, by way of an interview with lead artist Luke Macaronas. Hearing Luke speak about the work sparked my interest to experience the performance live, and from the first minute it exceeded my expectations. Despite the performance I attended being one of their final shows, the energy levels never wavered; every movement was without fault.
As generations pass, knowledge of folk styles and elements of Greek dance culture face the threat of erasure. Performing in a duo with Melbourne-based Greek dancer Christos Konstantinides, Luke Macaronas, theatre maker and recent UniMelb graduate, works to preserve the rich history of Greek dance in his performance Infinite Affection | Άπειρη Στοργή.