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Behind the Scenes 13th May 2024

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Our South Australia correspondent, Elena Vereka from InSite Arts is here for the second show of the month with her guest local artist, playwright Sarah Peters who’ll tell us about her new play, An Incomplete Encyclopedia of Hugs…


Another new play – one we spoke about during its development last year – is Kate Herbert’s Lung and Kate’s back to tell us what’s changed in the lead up to its current LaMama season…


A play that’s not so new is Salty Theatre’s production of The Grinning Man which tells its tale with the help of an old puppeteer, his pet wolf and a blind girl who’s played by blind actor Lily Cascun who’ll tell us more about this gothic, horror, musical fairytale…


Meanwhile, it’s time for a Family Cultural Day at McClelland Gallery and Sculpture Park with a great programme of First Nations’ musicians and storytellers and we’ll chat with Project Coordinator Nikki Browne


And finally, it’s St Kilda Film Festival time again and we’ll meet Fred Gesha, the First Peoples Arts Festivals and Events Officer to find out about Through the Moving Lens of Protest and Resistance,  a special event at the Espy…


They’re all on this week’s edition of Behind the Scenes with Chris Thompson right here on Vision Australia Radio.

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