On the Couch with Sam Powers

Who is Sam Powers? I’m the shy kid in class who was too afraid to get up and read a story or perform at the talent quest. I have somehow turned that around to make a full time living performing in front of thousands, som...

On the Couch with Michael Griffiths

Who is Michael Griffiths? I’m a singer and pianist who spent many years touring in jukebox musicals and these days I do my own thing as a cabaret performer. What would you do differently to what you do now?   I’ve done s...

On the Couch with Sarah Ward

Who is Sarah Ward?   A powerhouse singer, cabaret artist and actress. Creator of Yana Alana which was awarded a Helpmann for 2014 cabaret show Between The Cracks. What would you do differently to what you do now? Say goo...

On the Couch with Deidre Rubenstein

Who is Deidre Rubenstein? Appearing as Gertrude Stein in Loving Repeating at Chapel Off Chapel. What would you do differently to what you do now? Rather than differently, I would like to be more present and aware moment ...

On the Couch with Patrick Nolan

Who is Patrick Nolan? A director working in theatre, opera and outdoor performance. I have recently been awarded an Australia Council Fellowship, which supports a research program on the creation and development of large...

On the Couch with Victoria Lynn

Who is Victoria Lynn? Director of TarraWarra Museum of Art – located one hour outside Melbourne in the spectacular Yarra Valley. What would you do differently to what you do now? I have always tried to convey that ...

On the Couch with Phillip Lee Curtis

Who is Phillip Lee Curtis? Performer, Graphic Designer, Singer, Dancer, Writer, Loser of weight, Survivor of Adolescence, I may or may not be PoshLopez. To quote myself, “I am a ridiculous human being”. What would ...

On the Couch with Ben Ferris

Who is Ben Ferris? I am a film writer/director, and a Founder and Artistic Director of the Sydney Film School. What would you do differently to what you do now? I’ve always taken risks. Some pay off, many don’t. But it’s...