Lampooning the political 'monarchy' | Wayne Flask
First-time playwright and long-time satirist Wayne Flask speaks to us about the upcoming play Sibna z-Zejt, which imagines the Joseph Muscat government come 2036 – a sharp...
‘Maltese theatre has come a long way’ | Maxine Aquilina
Young actress Maxine Aquilina speaks to us about FM Theatre’s new production of Leonard Gershe’s Butterflies are Free, in which she will be taking on the role of Jill...
Theatre Review | The Pride

MADC have scored a plum script with Alexi Kaye Campbell’s The Pride, TEODOR RELJIC discovers, but does the production live up to this ambitious...

MADC have scored a plum script with Alexi Kaye...

Mile-a-minute acting in a Montanaro sandwich | Joe Azzopardi

Fresh back on the rock from a stint in the UK, young actor Joe Azzopardi speaks...

Fresh back on the rock from a stint in the UK, young actor...

Maltese youths least likely to attend theatre or dance

A Europe-wide survey among young people aged 15 to 30 found that 62% of...

A Europe-wide survey among young people aged 15 to 30 found...

Modern classic charting evolution of gay rights | Michael Mangion

Under the MADC banner, Michael Mangion will be directing a production of Alexi...

Under the MADC banner, Michael Mangion will be directing a...

Manoel Theatre Artistic Director elected to European Early Music Network

Manoel Theatre and Valletta International Baroque Festival Artistic Director Kenneth Zammit Tabona was elected to the Board of Directors of REMA Reseau...

Manoel Theatre and Valletta International Baroque Festival...

Muscat rules on in 2036 in playwright’s debut at the Manoel

'Sibna z-Zejt' billed as futurist satire where Labour prime minister...

'Sibna z-Zejt' billed as futurist satire where...

Signal to noise | Jo Caruana

Ahead of her performance as the aloof Brooke Ashton in the upcoming Masquerade Theatre production of Michael Frayn’s beloved farce Noises Off!, Jo...

Ahead of her performance as the aloof Brooke Ashton in the...

Third eye for the ghost guy | Simon Bartolo

Playwright and theatre director Simon Bartolo speaks to us about re-staging his...

Playwright and theatre director Simon Bartolo speaks to us...

Theatre Review | Ma Rridx Immur

Working off an award-winning script by Leanne Ellul, the rubberbodies collective first stab at a ‘conventional’ play is a mixed bag, but it may...

Working off an award-winning script by Leanne Ellul, the...

Taking advantage of being ‘in-between’ | Vicki-Ann Cremona and Stefan Aquilina

Following an international conference organised by the School of Performing Arts at the University of Malta entitled Performance and Interdisciplinarity, we...

Following an international conference organised by the...

'Theatre shouldn't limit itself to a small clique' - Owen Bonnici

Arts Council chairman Albert Marshall welcomes the dismantling of the...

Arts Council chairman Albert Marshall welcomes the...

Finding life in deterioration | Jimmy Grima and Ruth Borg

We speak to rubberbodies collective producer and director Jimmy Grima and...

We speak to rubberbodies collective producer and...

Those were the days… or were they?

We speak to Unifaun Theatre producer Adrian Buckle and director Chris Gatt about their upcoming play – a production of Harold Pinter’s dark...

We speak to Unifaun Theatre producer Adrian Buckle and...

Laughing at the terrorists | Steve Casaletto

Theatre director Steve Casaletto speaks to us about Mellow Drama’s latest...

Theatre director Steve Casaletto speaks to us about Mellow...

‘Theatre in Malta is the best of both worlds’ | Thomas Camilleri

Having returned from a stint in the UK and participated in Christmas variety...

Having returned from a stint in the UK and participated in...

Something wicked this way comes | Marama Corlett

With religious fundamentalism back on the global radar, a staging of Arthur...

With religious fundamentalism back on the global radar, a...

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