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I love the way you always carry my handbag wherever we go – my “everything but the kitchen sink” handbag – to the club, to the movies, and back up those two flights of stairs that take twice the time they did in the 80s. You’ve carried it for me like a habit, unasked for […]
It’s often said that in the unpredictability of life we can only count on one sure thing. Makes you wonder why it keeps coming as such a surprise! We are very proud of THE VOICES PROJECT: THE ONE SURE THING, which ran across February this year. Featuring ten compelling collection of monologues from the country’s […]
It’s been almost a month since the 2011 Fresh Ink National Studio. That’s a month without thinking about jumping in the Shoalhaven River, without attending a workshop on playwriting, being cooked for, thinking and talking about monologues, eating lots of dessert and being asked politely “not to tweet that”. Having the critical distance now to […]
Last week, I was observing at the Fresh Ink National Studio or Monologue Camp, as I like to call it. It’s hard not to feel pressure to write a monologue at Monologue Camp. Luckily, writers don’t generally travel in packs and so rarely have the means to corner you and challenge you to write something. […]
With a week to go before the annual Fresh Ink National Studio, it’s time to introduce you to some of this year’s participants, who will be joining our seven Fresh Ink writers and tutors Ross Mueller, Peta Murray and Caleb Lewis in Riversdale, NSW for a five days of all things literary. With such a […]
Since autumn 2004 Shôn Dale-Jones, Artistic Director of the UK theatre company Hoipolloi, has made a variety of work ‘using’ Hugh Hughes. There are three theatre shows, Floating, Story of A Rabbit, 360; there is a radio play of Floating made with the BBC; there is a film called How I Got Here, commissioned by […]