On The Future of Diversity & Inclusion

“I’m waiting until we reach that point where people from marginalised communities can make bad art. That’s my marker of whether we actually have achieved diversity and inclusion. You know, we’re so proud of being women of colour on this team. But then, if we bomb, people are going to be thinking and saying, “well,Continue reading “On The Future of Diversity & Inclusion”

On Acting vs. Directing

“They’re essentially the same thing– they’re all about creating a world. Acting is more about creating a world for yourself and directing is more about creating a world for other people. For example, creating a world for your cast, and your team. On the other hand, directing is all about bringing people together and forContinue reading “On Acting vs. Directing”

On Representation & Slanted Theatre

“One of our aims is to improve representation and often things that I do here still revolve around the issue of people not being able to find POC cast or crew. So, I wanted to create a platform where you could find them, because they were all in one database, so you can just emailContinue reading “On Representation & Slanted Theatre”

On The Theatrical Canon

“We don’t see any Asian work from that period – or from any other time in the 20th Century, really. There’s a lot of Asian work being made now, but plays like this are the predecessors.” “What do the Asian plays of periods other than our own look like?” In Australia, knowledge of Asia’s theatrical canonContinue reading “On The Theatrical Canon”

On My Journey Into Directing

Had things gone to an earlier plan, Tiffany Wong would be at the United Nations in New York City working as an interpreter. “That’s what I really wanted to be,” Wong says. “I was studying languages at uni. I went on exchanges to Taipei and France. But when I got back, I realised my languageContinue reading “On My Journey Into Directing”

Review: As You Like It

Watching a hearty show from the new College on the block. This reimagined version from the recently formed Impresario’s Player’s theatrical group was a feelgood show filled with song, dance and chuckles. In the director’s note, Tiffany Wong wrote that she was inspired to put on the play after finding out that we laugh atContinue reading “Review: As You Like It”

Stage: Caligula

Caligula Role: Helicon Cast: Fin Casey, Declan Coyle, Serena Dalton, Sarah Doyle, Niamh Gallagher, Courtney Henson, Sasha Meaney, Nina Mountford, James Mukheibir, Nicole Pingon, Lillian Smith, Campbell Taylor, Margaret Thanos, Caitlin Williams, Selina Williamson, Tiffany Wong Crew: Director – Jess Zlotnick / Producer – Jodi Rabinowitz / Assistant Director – Lincoln Gidney / Assistant ProducerContinue reading “Stage: Caligula”