Art & Culture Archive

Theatre | Queers

‘Queers’ - A Century of Love, Laughter, and Liberation

Everyman Theatre is set to revive its critically acclaimed production ‘Queers’ at the Old Causeway Hall in February.

Interview | Judy Small

Judy Small : Queer Folk Music Pioneer

Folk Music Pioneer and LGBTIQ+ Advocate sings out with Pride! In the leadup to performing at the upcoming SpringOUT concert, David Blanco from FUSE spoke with Judy about community, music and her long relationship with Qwire.

Interview | Lynne O’Brien

FUSE Local Hero : Lynne O’Brien

Lynne’s rainbow footsteps and echoes can be found in queer spaces from Canberra to Sydney, the coast and beyond.

Interview | Loredo Malcolm

He is just seven hours old and truly beautiful to behold!

With The Rocky Horror show now on it's Australian tour, David Blanco from FUSE spoke with Loredo Malcolm, who plays the titular role of Frank-n-Furter’s beautiful creation ‘Rocky’, a character yearning to be more than his maker’s brawny plaything.


Hello Girls! Will you answer the call?

March into the extraordinary world of The Hello Girls, a contemporary musical brimming with folk and pop earworms, charting the journey of a feisty bunch of trail-blazing women who turned the US Army on its head and made history. David Blanco from FUSE spoke with Jason Langley, the Director of ‘The Hello Girls’, about the show and his career in theatre.


Interview: Reuben Kaye – Caustic and Fantastic!

Reuben Kaye is here to unpack recent events in a show guaranteed to deliver laughs, music, and tantalising insight into his world! FUSE spoke with Reuben about his latest theatrical offering, butt plugs, comedy and the art of intimidation.


Come from Away – Review : Feel good musical theatre

★★★★ An uplifting testament to the power of human kindness, ‘Come From Away’ is must-see musical theatre at its finest.


Burlesque is changing lives and thriving in our community

The Queen of glitter, Jazida, has discovered the power of misbehaving and how burlesque is changing lives in our community.


Interview: Douglas Hansell in a story of kindness and community

With real-life gay characters and based on a true event that occurred after the 9/11 terrorist attacks in 2001, Come from Away is a hugely entertaining tale about passengers stuck in the town of Gander in Newfoundland and is an ode to kindness and the power of community.

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