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Leah Purcell
Written by Dione Joseph   
Sunday, 11 November 2012 20:39
Leah Purcell
Leah Purcell talks to Australian Stage's Dione Joseph about her latest work, a stage adaptation of Don't Take Your Love To Town – a tribute to the extraordinary life of the woman whom many knew as a chronicler of Indigenous history, an outspoken activist and a brilliant storyteller – Ruby Langford Ginibi.
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Towards The Flame
Written by Gillian Wills   
Wednesday, 07 November 2012 17:18
Towards The Flame
"It's the year of the collaboration," says Natalie Weir choreographer of Expressions Dance who is discussing Towards The Flame, a pioneering initiative prompted by Richard Wenn, the Queensland Symphony Orchestra's Director of Artistic Planning.
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Francis Italiano
Written by Dione Joseph   
Monday, 05 November 2012 23:55
Francis Italiano
Every community may have a story to tell - but its not often that we find there are enough listeners. And finding listeners who include mainstream theatre companies isn't always the easiest of achievements.
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Declan Greene
Written by Eleanor Howlett   
Thursday, 01 November 2012 11:19
Declan Greene
One half of Australia's well-known company Sisters Grimm and an award-winning contemporary playwright, Declan Greene speaks to Australian Stage's Eleanor Howlett about compelling plays, vomit and the upcoming Malthouse season of his play Pompeii. L.A.
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Young Jean Lee
Written by Nikki Spunde   
Thursday, 18 October 2012 16:22
Young Jean Lee
If you've been spotting the Melbourne Festival posters round town, you've probably seen the one with a hip looking band accompanied by the somewhat ominous title We're Gonna Die. It's not a poster for an indie rock gig but in fact for a cabaret show by New York playwright Young Jean Lee.
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Nathan Aspinall
Written by Gillian Wills   
Wednesday, 17 October 2012 14:42
Nathan Aspinall
A recent music graduate from the University of Queensland where he studied French Horn, Nathan Aspinall is now the Queensland Symphony Orchestra's conductor-in-training.
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Lee Lewis, Griffin Theatre's AD
Written by Dione Joseph   
Friday, 05 October 2012 15:40

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“We’re here for Australian writers and I’m very happy to advocate for them. Writers need a home – and Griffin is here to support new Australian work and give writers the home they deserve.”

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Trevor Ashley
Written by Vivienne Mah   
Sunday, 30 September 2012 21:35

They say Trevor Ashley's one of the busiest men in show business, and with good reason. He's back this year with long-time collaborator Phil Scott for a crack at the Black Swan parody – strictly for adults.

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