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My Brilliant Career

Playwright Kendall Feaver has taken on the stage adaptation of the Australian classic written by Stella Maria Sarah Miles Franklin when she was a just 21 years old. Feaver brings accolades to her current work, including the 2015 Bruntwood Prize for Playwriting (the largest such competition in Europe), as well as the NSW and Victorian […]

REVIEW: 1984

How prescient was George Orwell when he penned his dystopian novel 1984, a story of the loss of individual identity, destruction of privacy, the perversion of language and ghastly punishments for those who transgress the norm in the totalitarian state, like the hero, Winston (played by Tom Conroy) and his girlfriend Julia (played by Ursula […]