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Genre The Cake Man Belvoir Downstairs, November 17...The story of The Cake Man's creation almost overshadows the one it depicts...Merritt while he was doing time in Bathurst Gaol, the script had to be smuggled out in order to be read.
I am honoured and privileged to be working on The Cake Man , one of the classic texts from the Aboriginal theatre canon. To create a new version at Belvoir is one of the highlights of my career as a theatre director...As with all theatre and
Sen. Bill Nelson is expected to be in Sarasota on Wednesday to tour the West Coast Black Theatre Troope and hear from other members of the city's arts community. The visit comes just a week after Nelson, a Democrat, voted for a federal spending plan
The workshop was interactive and involved participants demonstrating and exploring their techniques and critiquing each other's work. The series of activities will come to a climax with the 22nd staging of the Actor Boy Awards tomorrow at the Chaser'
March 20, 2012 Read later ''I knew I had to get a career, set some goals instead of struggling like every other black person '' Terry Brown at the Holiday Inn, Mascot. Aboriginal people are more likely to make getting a job high priority than their
THE country needs consider a more inclusive national holiday to replace Australia Day, Australians for Native Title and Reconciliation (ANTaR) say. ANTaR national director Jacqueline Phillips said the day is regarded by many Aboriginal and Torres
One unit included analysing Shakespeare from the perspective of power and influence. It changed my view of Othello and human relationships generally...A teacher told me I wasn't good enough to do advanced English but Mrs Tassell encouraged me to do
Patricia Cumper of Talawa theatre company, celebrating its 25th anniversary. Photograph: Graham Turner Ask Yvonne Brewster how much the theatre industry has changed in 60 years, and the founder of Britain's most high-profile black theatre company
the unfairest funding cuts of all? Arts Council funding cuts hit many theatre organisations hard but did black and minority ethnic companies lose out disproportionately? Yellow Earth was one of several minority ethnic theatre organisations to lose
Sonny Meddle/Rex Features Australian poet, critic and blogger Alison Croggon is pondering amateurishness . She is particularly interested by the fact that the "amateur/professional division is a distinction that breaks down completely as soon as you