David Williamson is Australia’s best known and most widely performed playwright. His first full-length play, The Coming Of Stork, was presented at La Mama Theatre in 1970 and was followed quickly by The Removalists and Don’s Party in 1971. His prodigious output since then includes Jugglers Three, What If You Died Tomorrow?, The Department, A… Read more.
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Renee will be playing the role of Demeter in CATS, Brisbane 2009.
Thank god for Times Of My Life. Had it not been for this amazing cabaret show, written by Toni Lamond and her son Tony Sheldon and produced for the first time in 2007, the younger generation of theatre would not know half as much as they now do about Lamond, an extraordinary Australian talent whose… Read more.
Judith Johnson, a dedicated and successful publicist, died suddenly on October 2, 2006. She was a pioneer of theatre and entertainment publicity in Australia – one of its true champions. Judith was an expert in developing strategies to enlist the interest of journalists, television and radio producers in running mostly positive stories and achieving maximum… Read more.
One thing is for sure when it comes to Nick Enright – the Australian theatre industry is a lot poorer for his passing. His death in 2003 at the age of just 52 robbed us of one of the guiding lights of theatre, and someone who always seemed to have a smile on his face…. Read more.
Jonathan Rosten knew how to dance – it was the language he expressed himself best in. His dance career included some magnificent highlights – solo parts for The Australian Ballet Company, and roles in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Song and Dance” (Cameron Mackintosh) and “An Evening” (Sydney Dance Company). Jono also made his mark in commercial… Read more.