Screenwriter Andrew Bovell delivers a passionate speech on collaboration and integrity in writing for film.
Ruby Murray and Stephen Armstrong examine Hannie Rayson's Two Brothers and its social and political underpinnings.
Dava Sobel discusses her account - part-play, part-historical account - of the astronomer Copernicus. With Robin Will...
Andrew McDonald and Josh Nelson discuss Tennessee Williams' classic play, A Streetcar Named Desire.
Alison Croggon explores Ray Lawler's Summer of the Seventeenth Doll for Australian Literature 101, with Ramona Koval.
Join PEN for a broad exploration of Indigenous playwright Tracey Rigney's work including her new play, Slow Awakening.
Katz, Kemp, Rayson and Cortese discuss the theatre community and the practice of crafting their stories.
Hannie Rayson and Tony Wilson look at Tennessee Williams' classic play, A Streetcar Named Desire.
In this instalment of Texts in the City, we look at fate, free will and anti-heroism in Shakespeare's Richard III.
In Drama Queens, our panel discuss solutions to unequal representation in contemporary Australian theatre.
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