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The Myth Project: Twin

Photo by Sebastian Bourges

The Myth Project: Twin, the fourth instalment of MTC’s Neon season, presented by Arthur, is a darkly funny show that explores the Australian psyche and its connection to myth. 245 more words


Listen: Dreams In White

Ever wondered what it’s like to write about a murder sex scandal? Listen to Something Else this Thursday to find out, as we chat to local playwrite Duncan Graham. 75 more words


Brief: Can You Be A Playwright In Adelaide?

In early December I started to write a post about being a playwright in South Australia. Caleb Lewis, Kit Brookman, Tahli Corin, Duncan Graham, Finegan Kruckemeyer, and now Phillip Kavanagh are people who immediately spring to mind as having left this state in recent years (or weeks, as it may be).   196 more words


Review: Boxing Day Test

est anyone be scared off by the title, no more than your absolute basic knowledge of cricket will be required when watching Boxing Day Test. … 1,149 more words

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Wining and Dining "news you can use" from Jim White

Here’s a great cause to help!

The Childrens’s Advocacy Center in Dallas is a great program we have supported for several years.  Mario’s Mexican Cuisine… 436 more words

Savor The Flavor With Jim White

Review: Ollie and the Minotaur

Ollie and the Minotaur, by Duncan Graham, directed by Sarah John. With Sarah Brokensha, Adriana Bonaccurso and Wendy Bos. floogle in association with 9minds, @ fortyfivedownstairs, until May 10. 1,053 more words

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Review: The Homecoming

The Homecoming by Harold Pinter, directed by Duncan Graham. Designed by Sarah John, lighting design by Nic Mollison, sound design by Andrew Howard. With Don Barker, Wayne Anthoney, Wendy Bos, Nathaniel Davison, Patrick Graham and Renato Musilino. 1,818 more words