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A week of few words

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I’ve written relatively little this week – 3861 words, mostly fanfiction – but I’ve been working pretty hard on some world-building for A King’s Ransom  100 more words

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GETTING TO KNOW: KIKI SKOUNTZOS

Kiki Skountzos is Canberra-born, public-servant-raised, an actor, writer and collaborator. Recent performance highlights include Stevie in The Goat, Or Who Is Sylvia? (King Street Theatre), Something for Cate (STC Rough Drafts), Request Programme (NIDA 2015 Director’s Showcase), Sophocles’ Antigone (PACT Theatre), under the direction of Jordan Best, Goldilocks and the Three Bears(Q Performing Arts Centre). 1,171 more words

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GETTING TO KNOW: GERARD CARROLL

Gerard is a graduate of NIDA and has worked across TV, theatre, music theatre and film over the past 20 years. Gerard most recently appeared as Eamon in the multi-Helpmann Award winning musical… 1,266 more words

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GETTING TO KNOW: TOBIAS COLE

Green Room Award winner Tobias Cole is one of Australia’s most successful countertenors and is driven by a passion for live performance. For over twenty years he has been singing professionally in opera and concerts around Australia, New Zealand, USA and Europe. 1,182 more words

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GETTING TO KNOW: SONIA TODD

A graduate of the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA), Sonia has worked extensively in television, theatre, and film.  Whilst at NIDA, she was one of the group of students (including Baz Luhrmann) who devised the play… 1,490 more words

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GETTING TO KNOW: ALANA VALENTINE

Alana Valentine recently wowed Canberra audiences with Letters to Lindy, (CTC, August 2016). The Street Theatre has presented Head Full of Love (Drover Award winner 2016) and Alana worked with director Caroline Stacey previously on… 1,528 more words

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GETTING TO KNOW: COLD LIGHT

The highly entertaining adaptation of Cold Light by awarding-winning playwright Alana Valentine opening in March 2017 at The Street is amplified by Frank Moorhouse’s remarkable historical research and imaginative courage and asks timely questions about Australia’s relationship to women of vision and people of difference. 475 more words

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