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The 2019 Helpmann Awards nominations have just been announced with Yellow clients receiving nominations The prestigious annual Helpmann Awards recognise artistic achievement in the many disciplines of Australia’s live performance sectors, including musical theatre, contemporary music, comedy, cabaret, regional touring, presentations for children and young people, opera, classical music, theatre, dance and physical theatre. Yellow […]

STC’s production of CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF has opened at the Roslyn Packer Theatre. Directed by STC artistic director Kip Williams with set design by David Fleischer and costume design by Mel Page. “There is a lot that is sublime in director Kip Williams’ vision. The production manifests a sense of hopelessness appropriate […]

Nominations were announced for the 2018 Sydney Theatre awards, with Yellow clients listed for an outstanding number of categories. Most nominated Productions: BLACKIE BLACKIE BROWN, directed by Yellow’s Declan Greene with production design by Elizabeth Gadsby was nominated for Best Mainstage Production, Best Female Actor in a Leading Role in a Mainstage Production, and Best […]

HARP IN THE SOUTH had it’s world premier at Sydney Theatre Company this month, and has been described as a landmark event. Directed by STC’s Artistic Director Kip Williams, and adapted from Ruth Park’s outstanding trilogy of novels by Kate Mulvany, the epic consists of two parts each lasting 3 hours. David Fleischer has lent […]

Congratulations to all the 2018 Helpmann Award nominees! A special shout out to our wonderfully talented Yellow nominees at this years awards! Damien Cooper is up for best lighting design for YOU ANIMAL YOU as is Geoff Cobham for EMIL AND THE DETECTIVES.  Jennifer Irwin received her fourth best costume design nomination for BENNELONG. A special […]

STC’s Resident Director and Yellow client Kip Williams debuted THE RESISTIBLE RISE OF ARTURO to Sydney audiences on Saturday night. Starring Hugo Weaving in the lead role, the play was originally a satire on the rise of Hitler but carries equal weight in a Trump-led free world, posing the question “how do we let a […]

Leticia Cáceres, Kelly Ryall and Kip Williams have all been nominated for the 2015 Green Room Awards. For Theatre Companies, Leticia was nominated for Best Direction for Melbourne Theatre Companies BIRDLAND. In the same category Kip was also nominated for Malthouse Theatre/Sydney Theatre Companies LOVE AND INFORMATION. For Independent Theatre, Kelly was nominated for Best […]

Louis Nowra’s THE GOLDEN AGE opened at STC on the 20th January to great reviews. The production features three of Yellow’s clients – directed by Kip Williams, designed by David Fleischer and lit by Damien Cooper. The Daily Review and Time Out Sydney both gave the production 4 stars, the latter claiming “Williams’ production feels uncompromising: this is not a […]

Several Yellow Agency clients have received accolades at the 2015 Sydney Theatre Awards. The work of Michael Hankin, Mel Page, Alice Babidge and Kip Williams was recognised in the ceremony. Best mainstage production – IVANOV designed by Mel Page, Michael Hankin Best independent production – OF MICE AND MEN designed by Michael Hankin Best costume […]

Kip Williams’ production of AN INDEX OF METALS premiered at Carriageworks last week and received glowing reviews. Clive Padget from Limelight Magazine gave the opera 4 stars and commented that “without Williams’ contribution, I would have said that AN INDEX OF METALS is hardly essential viewing – you might as well stay in and catch it on YouTube. […]

Helpmann Award Winners

July 30th, 2015

2015 Helpmann Awards were presented live from Capital Theatre, Sydney on Monday 27th July. The winners included: Kip Williams for Best Direction of a Play, for his work on Sydney Theatre Company’s SUDDENLY LAST SUMMER. Opera Australia’s THE RABBITS featuring Lally Katz’ libretto won four awards including Best New Australian Work and Best Presentation for Children. Belvoir’s THE GLASS […]

Malthouse and Sydney Theatre Company’s co-production of Caryl Churchill’s LOVE AND INFORMATION is directed by Kip Williams and designed by David Fleischer. The production which opened at the Malthouse on 16th June is playing until 4th July. The play will then transfer to Sydney Theatre Company for a season from 9th July to 15th August. Summary of some of […]