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14 Sep 2015

Our September picks for schools

Every month or so our Literary Manager Tom Healey delves into our extensive catalogue and suggests plays suitable for secondary schools.
7 Sep 2015

Our September picks for tertiary study

Every month or so our Literary Manager Tom Healey delves into our extensive catalogue and suggests plays suitable for tertiary study.
3 Sep 2015

We Need to Talk About Patsy

The notion of apprenticeship in the arts has changed significantly, and now means very different things for different generations. For many practitioners who worked hard to emerge the old-fashioned way, there is confusion in the way things appear to be working now. Many emerged artists possess rich skills that could be recognized and exploited more widely, given most industries celebrate and harness experience.
31 Aug 2015

Australian plays on stage - September 2015

Selected highlights from across the country this month.
24 Aug 2015

Our August picks for community theatre

Every month or so our Literary Manager Tom Healey delves into our extensive catalogue and suggests plays suitable for community theatre groups.
18 Aug 2015

Our August picks for schools

Every month or so our Literary Manager Tom Healey delves into our extensive catalogue and suggests plays suitable for secondary schools.
11 Aug 2015

Our August picks for tertiary study

Every month or so our Literary Manager Tom Healey delves into our extensive catalogue and suggests plays suitable for tertiary study.
4 Aug 2015

Australian plays on stage - August 2015

Selected highlights from across the country this month.
3 Aug 2015

Paper Cuts

The playwright is often seen as a mysterious part of the theatrical collaboration: someone indoors moving words around and then presenting a ‘thing’ that actors and director come to. They are the only person for whom the work starts with a blank sheet, a nothing, a thought, a dream, a few conversations and a passion to make this into a piece of theatre.
28 Jul 2015

100 REASONS FOR WAR by Tom Holloway

We live in interesting times. As a nearly fifty-year-old, white Australian I grew up amongst what I would characterise as a ‘silent social assent’, which asserted that Australia’s participation in World War One - perhaps more specifically, the Gallipoli campaign - marked the ‘real’ beginning of our nationhood. That the ‘blooding’ (and I speak both respectfully and metaphorically) we received in that campaign acted as some sort of rite-of-passage for our young, newly-formed nation...

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