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Podcast—Comedy and Theatre16/10/2018 Duración: 28min
We all love a good belly laugh. But what's the difference between creating comedy for the stage, screen, or as a stand up routine? And what's so different about Australian comedy? To find out, local comedy extraordinaires Nick Coyle (Playwright, 'The Feather in the Web'), Phil Spencer (Griffin's Artistic Associate, and Co-Writer/Performer of the upcoming production of 'The Smallest Hour') and Sheridan Harbridge (Australian Cabaret Star/Actor/Past Griffin Studio Artist) sat down to have a chat, and more than a few chuckles. Read a full transcription here: http://bit.ly/PodcastComedyAndTheatre Produced in association with The Prop. bit.ly/TheProp THE FEATHER IN THE WEB Until 17 November Book tickets: http://bit.ly/TheFeatherInTheWeb #TheFeatherInTheWeb THE SMALLEST HOUR 5 - 15 December Book tickets: http://bit.ly/TheSmallestHour #TheSmallestHour
Podcast - Mental Health and Theatre30/08/2018 Duración: 35min
Professional and personal boundaries. The myth of the suffering artist. Method acting. In this podcast, Griffin's Artistic Director Lee Lewis has a frank and open discussion with 'The Almighty Sometimes' playwright Kendall Feaver, and the production's lead actor Brenna Harding, about mental health in theatre. Read a full transcription here: http://bit.ly/GriffinPodcastMentalHealth Produced in association with The Prop. http://bit.ly/TheProp THE ALMIGHTY SOMETIMES 27 July - 8 September Book tickets: http://bit.ly/AlmightySometimes #TheAlmightySometimes
The D Word: Angela Catterns with Darren Yap, Michele Lee & Lee Lewis03/08/2017 Duración: 17min
Angela Catterns interviews a panel of theatre professionals – including Darren Yap, Michele Lee & Lee Lewis – about cultural diversity in Australian theatre, now. Produced by Angela Catterns Sound by Jason Blackwell
Declan Greene on The Homosexuals or 'Faggots'14/03/2017 Duración: 07min
An interview with Declan Greene about his play The Homosexuals or 'Faggots', aired on Canvas: Art & Ideas on FBi Radio 94.5. ~ The Homosexuals or 'Faggots' By Declan Greene 17 March - 29 April 2017 Presented by Griffin Theatre Company in association with Malthouse Theatre Gay newlyweds Warren and Kim have it all – a small dog, a joint gym membership and a 20sqm apartment with stunning views. But in 2017 if you offend the wrong person your life will go straight down the Twitter-toilet. So on the night of Mardi Gras, when caught wearing a compromising costume, Kim’s got to think fast. How will he placate an angry radical-queer academic who already loathes gay men? Lies, lies and more lies. Throw in an Instagram affair, a missing baggie of cocaine, and a burglar (naturally), and you’ve got a very Potts Point version of a classic farce, laced with black-comic political intrigue. Director Lee Lewis reunites with Declan Greene (Summertime in the Garden of Eden, Eight Gigabytes of Hardcore Pornography) to venture
State of Play: Angela Catterns with Fred Copperwaite, Lee Lewis, Chris Mead and Alana Valentine27/02/2017 Duración: 19min
State of Play: Why do we need theatre in Australia? Angela Catterns interviews a panel of theatre professionals – including Fred Copperwaite, Lee Lewis, Chris Mead and Alana Valentine – about the state of Australian theatre, now. Produced by Angela Catterns Music by Charlie Chan Sound by Tony David Cray
Queer Thinking: LGBTI Domestic Violence27/02/2017 Duración: 01h10min
Our partners for 'Ladies Day', ACON, hosted a Queer Thinking panel on the 27 February at the Stables as part of the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras. The panel features a range of experts from the DFV and LGBTI community sectors including Domestic Violence NSW CEO Moo Baulch, NSW Police Sgt. Kate Baker, Inner City Legal Centre solicitor Cedric Hassing and Ladies Day writer Alanna Valentine.