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Behind the Scenes 29th April 2024

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Tom Guttridge is Senior Producer at Monash performing Arts Centres, so he’s bound to know what’s happening in their programme over the next month or two…

 

Then, even though Screens & Streams isn’t until next week, it’s hard to turn up the opportunity to chat with film writer turned screenwriter Nick Pinkerton about The Sweet East - his first crack at a feature film…

 

Meanwhile, Director Kevin Hopkins has been working with poet and playwright Emilie Collier on a new production of her play Once Were Pirates which will be heading off to Prague after a short season in Melbourne…

 

After that we’re back at Arts House in North Melbourne for The Bridal Lament 哭嫁歌 a genre bending art pop song cycle that reimagines an obsolete ritual of grief… if you’re wondering what that all means, then it’s a good thing that creator Rainbow Chan 陳雋然 is here to explain…

 

And finally, we say welcome back to Nilgun Guven who’s not quite here to talk about her work as an audio describer of live theatre…  instead, she’ll tell us about a series of workshop she’s running at Arts Centre Melbourne under the heading of Disrupting Sighted Ableism: Call to Action

 

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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