From fury to forgiveness: Michela Farrugia in The Tempest
Young actress Michela Farrugia speaks to MaltaToday about returning to Shakespeare as she takes on the role of Miranda  – produced by MADC in this year’s edition...
Teatru Malta’s highly anticipated June musical VII (Sette)
This year Teatru Malta, in partnership with FĊN will be celebrating this National Holiday’s 100 year anniversary by proudly presenting the highly anticipated June musical...
The New Victorians confront the coloniser in dramatisation for Sette Giugno centenary

Scottish playwright Erin Carter speaks to MaltaToday about crafting VII (Sette), a dramatisation of the events of Sette Giugno directed by the musical duo The...

Scottish playwright Erin Carter speaks to MaltaToday about...

Like Shakespeare on drugs: Measure for Measure at Valletta’s Splendid

Now gearing up for a venue change after an unexpectedly successful three-play run of the Bard’s comedies at The Pub, theatre director Philip Leone-Ganado...

Now gearing up for a venue change after an unexpectedly...

Mortals’ chiefest enemy: Macbeth at the Manoel Theatre

Clive Judd’s production at the Manoel Theatre was an interesting...

Clive Judd’s production at the Manoel Theatre...

Malta, a nation of extremes, in Repubblika Immakulata

As the defining theatrical group of which she is a founding member re-emerges...

As the defining theatrical group of which she is a founding...

Dù Theatre back with a bang to celebrate their 15th anniversary

Francis Ebejer-award-winning playwright Simone Spiteri returns with satirical...

Francis Ebejer-award-winning playwright Simone Spiteri...

Transmuting an icon into flesh and blood | Erica Muscat on her role as Lady Macbeth

Actress Erica Muscat speaks to MaltaToday about taking on the role of Lady Macbeth in the upcoming production of William Shakespeare’s timeless and...

Actress Erica Muscat speaks to MaltaToday about taking on...

When the ‘Man for Malta’ is a woman | John Baraldi

Formerly UK-based theatre director John Baraldi speaks to MaltaToday about...

Formerly UK-based theatre director John Baraldi speaks to...

The Acrobat (Blood Ties), a bloody valentine from Unifaun

Unifaun Theatre side-steps transgressive sex and gore for its young adult...

Unifaun Theatre side-steps transgressive sex and gore for...

Sadistic vampires are irresistible | Mark Windsor on The Acrobat

Prolific and eclectic international film and theatre actor Mark Windsor speaks...

Prolific and eclectic international film and theatre actor...

Edging closer to an inner darkness | Alexandra Camilleri Warne

Taking on a role popularised by Julia Roberts in the 2004 film adaptation by...

Taking on a role popularised by Julia Roberts in the 2004...

Discovering the rural creative community of Moosach, in Munich

From Noh performances, to a Bauhaus theatre and a man who is building his own...

From Noh performances, to a Bauhaus theatre and a man who...

A fairytale told anew, MADC’s  traditional Christmas panto

The MADC is celebrating the 40th anniversary of their very first pantomime with...

The MADC is celebrating the 40th anniversary of their very...

A treat in the dark | GawGaw at the Esplora Planetarium

The Maltese myth of the GawGaw is brought to life...

The Maltese myth of the GawGaw is brought to life...

Abortion takes centre-stage in Maltese theatre

Malta’s biggest taboo – abortion – will take centre-stage in...

Malta’s biggest taboo – abortion – will...

Dancing at the heart of the Siege

TEODOR RELJIC speaks to dance choreographer Irina Pauls ahead of the upcoming production It’s Schiller!, which adapts fragments of Schiller’s Der...

TEODOR RELJIC speaks to dance choreographer Irina Pauls...

When the seams bleed: Anthony Nielsen’s Stitching gets its Malta stage

The once-banned Stitching certainly doesn’t live up to the shock factor suggested by the censors, but it remains an emotionally resonant exploration of...

The once-banned Stitching certainly doesn’t live up...

The art of coming undone | Pia Zammit

Simply a story about a woman emotionally rent apart by a tragedy, Anthony Nielson’s Stitching became a ‘cause celebre’ of the censorship...

Simply a story about a woman emotionally rent apart by a...

‘What’s going on here?’ | Ruth Borg

Currently studying mime in Amsterdam, actress Ruth Borg will be making a...

Currently studying mime in Amsterdam, actress Ruth Borg...