Funnily enough, I’m not speaking about a certain US President who has a proclivity for rage-tweeting at 5am. Not directly. … Continue reading I will speak daggers … the danger of high tempers & loose lips (and Twitter)
If the Government and the Arts had been in a romantic relationship, the Arts would have grounds to sue for … Continue reading The tangled web we weave … are the Arts “legitimate”?
Today, November 18th, 2013, marks the 100th anniversary of Franz Stampfl’s birth. To honour the occasion, here is the latest … Continue reading On this day: Commemorating the 100th Anniversary of Franz Stampfl’s birth
Last week I wrote about my experiences working with the Howard Fine Acting Studio in Australia and this week I’d … Continue reading The Rehearsal Room – evolving the process
The last few months of 2012 was a busy time. I had been cast in two films “V for Vienetta” … Continue reading Working with the Masters – Howard Fine Acting Studio, Australia
It’s been a busy few months, then Christmas hit, then the New Year and before I knew it … it … Continue reading New Australian play “Flame Trees” – intriguing, potent and coming to St Kilda in March!
It was with great delight that myself and Marg Woodlock-McLean (Co-Producer, Fundraising) set off into the blustery Melbourne weather Wednesday … Continue reading “A Life Unexpected” team get a “Good Practice Recognition” nod at the 2012 AbaF Awards
I have many talented friends. Many of them I’ve known since the days of high school. Don’t ask me why … Continue reading Lachlan Bryan: Artist, storyteller and the next big thing in Australian Country Music
I have been following with interest the progress towards London 2012 of Olympic Pole Vaulter, Steve Hooker over the past … Continue reading Steve Hooker – a champion whichever way you look at it