Posts tagged with Writing

  1. Hell’s Canyon playwright Emily Sheehan and actor Conor Leach in conversation

    Isabelle Ford and Conor Leach in Hell's Canyon, by Emily Sheehan. Photo by Ellen Stanistreet.

    Hell’s Canyon, the Rodney Seaborn Playwrights’ Award-winning play by Victorian College of the Arts graduate playwright Emily Sheehan, will show at the Old 505 Theatre in …

  2. Meet Kim Ho, Master of Writing for Performance student

    Rachel Shrives and Kim Ho at a rehearsal of Mirror's Edge. Photo by Bede McKenna.

    Having majored in English and Theatre studies and having already written two full-length plays, Kim Ho decided to apply for the Master of Writing for Performance …

  3. Patrick White Playwrights’ Award recipient Kim Ho: putting cross-cultural stories centre stage

    2017 Patrick White Playwrights' Award Recipient Kim Ho. Photo by Bede McKenna.

    Kim Ho is a Melbourne-based playwright, actor, and the 2017 recipient of the prestigious Patrick White Playwrights’ Award for his play Mirror’s Edge, which explores the interplay of …

  4. Black Panther: How global civil rights found a home in a superhero movie

    Black Panther. Image courtesy of Marvel Studios.

    The latest Marvel movie adaption, Black Panther, arrives in the wake of the Black Lives Matter movement with its own take on global Civil Rights – …

  5. Meet Louris van de Geer, Master of Writing for Performance graduate

    Louris van de Geer. Photo: Save Schulman, 2017.

    Louris van de Geer started her performance writing career as a teenager. Now a Master of Writing for Performance graduate, she talks to Sophie Duran about …

  6. Censorship and celebration at La Mama

    La Mama Theatre. Wikimedia

    Fifty years of La Mama theatre is documented in the University of Melbourne Archives, offering an insight into the emergence of Melbourne’s avant-garde theatre scene in …

  7. Graduates take Flight with five new plays

    A scene from Morgan Rose's coming-of-age play Virgins and Cowboys.

    By Alix Bromley Flight, a festival of five new Australian plays by some of our most innovative emerging playwrights, will premiere at Theatre Works and Footscray …

  8. Beyond Sorry: colonial oppression on Australian stages

    Andrew Bovell’s adaptation of Kate Grenville’s The Secret River is a key example of post-Apology theatre. AAP Image/Heidrun Löhr

    By Andrew Harmsen, PhD candidate in writing for performance

  9. Three reasons Better Call Saul works: a scriptwriter’s perspective

    Photo Credit:Ben Leuner/AMC.

    By Philippa Burne, Lecturer in Screenwriting


    ANGRY SEX promo shot. Photo: Sarah Walker

    By Rachel Perks

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