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Jansson J. Antmann
A scenographer trained in Prague, Jansson J. Antmann’s design work includes Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Tell Me On a Sunday in Sydney, Czech Republic and Slovakia. In Europe he was Editor-in-Chief at LaVie magazine. He is publicist for Sydney’s Darlinghurst Theatre Co.
Articles by Jansson J. Antmann
Aurélien Scannella, Krzysztof Pastor and Lisa Pavane talk to Jansson J. Antmann about the impact of COVID on the ballet world.
Jansson J. Antmann, Steve Dow, Deborah Jones and Ian Whitney analyse this year’s offerings in theatres and concert halls.
Sexual freedom and the subconscious in Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
"It's been a journey," says Co-Artistic Director Rachel Healy as the Adelaide Festival announces a program featuring 10 world premieres, 14 Australian premieres, and 18 events exclusive to the festival.
Daniel Assetta, Ayla Beaufils, Tim Draxl, Albert Mwangi and Sean Sinclair discuss performing in empty theatres during COVID-19 and how it's made them value live audiences more than ever.
The Slovakian tenor discusses returning to the stage post-COVID, why singing Mozart is like servicing your car, his commitment to Slavic music, and his love for his dog Mia.
Krzysztof Pastor discusses his work In Light and Shadow currently being performed in Ballet at the Quarry in Perth, and his popular ballet Dracula.
Jansson J. Antmann talks to Neil Armfield and artist Abdul Abdullah about how religious, sexual and identity politics feature in many of the works in this year's Adelaide Festival.
Richard Wagner said he wrote music with an exclamation point. Isn’t the dramatic soprano the exclamation point? asks Nina Stemme. The world’s reigning dramatic soprano talks to Jansson J Antmann ahead of her much-anticipated return to Hobart for a Wagner Gala with John Lundgren.
In 2018, Estonia celebrated the centenary of its independence by opening the new Arvo Pärt Centre. As the Australian Chamber Orchestra and Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir prepare to tour together, we look into the prism of Pärt’s music, with the help of the composer’s son Michael Pärt.
As the original production of Evita returns to Australia for a 40th anniversary season, Jansson J. Antmann talks to the show’s legendary director.