André de Vanny won the 2015 Green Room Award for best theatre actor. The accolade arrives after the film and tv star delivered a scorching interpretation of Ray in Glory Dazed for Red Stitch Theatre.
Not everyone has an easy ride to success. Tenacity and commitment have helped keep this aspiring actor’s dream alive.
The Equity Foundation is the professional development arm of Actors Equity, a division of the Media, Entertainment and Artists Alliance (MEAA).
James O’Loghlin believes that perspiration always trumps inspiration. The children’s book author and host of The New Inventors believes in being busy.
Dennis Coard may have been a late starter, but he has since made up for it. The beloved Michael Ross from Home and Away waited until he was 35 years old before starting out on his professional acting journey.
Meet the people behind your retirement – the Board members responsible for your super and our every day Superheroes (AKA Business Development Managers).
Commercial Radio Australia is the national industry body representing Australia’s commercial radio broadcasters, pursuing a range of issues on behalf of its member stations.
After about twenty-six years in the entertainment industry as an actor and presenter, Tula Tzoras has picked up a few lessons she believes worth sharing.
The Joy House Film Festival showcases 10 of the best short films based on stories of joy and diversity.
Live Performance Australia is the peak body for the live performance industry and has been servicing the needs and promoting the interest of the industry for almost 100 years.
Built on integrity and powered by creativity, the Media Entertainment and Arts Alliance is the largest and most established union and industry advocate for Australia’s creative professionals.
Find out more about major initiatives and changes to your industries over the past year
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