‘Robots Vs Art’ was written by the inexhaustible Perth actor and WAAPA graduate, Travis Cotton. This hilarious play was nominated as one of the best plays of 2012. After an Equity Award for Best Newcomer, Travis went on to win many more awards with his plays and TV scripts, and has never looked back since. Multi-talented, Travis then co-wrote the musical ‘Blasted Earth’ with Tim Minchin and Toby Schmitz.
‘Death of a Salesman’ is the 1949, Pulitzer-winning play by Harlem-born Arthur Miller, and is still considered one of the great American plays of the twentieth century. It ran on Broadway for several hundred performances, and has been revived on Broadway every 15 years since. Over the years it has won, or been nominated for, around 30 Tonys and Drama Desk Awards.
‘Maul of the Dead’ is a gripping play written by Kansas-born, award-winning filmmaker, screenwriter and playwright Mitch Brian. Dr. Mitch Brian is a screenwriter and assistant professor in the Department of Communication Studies at Missouri University. He has sold more than two dozen scripts to major production companies. His script writing commissions have come from major names in Hollywood such as Oliver Stone and Geena Davis. Having recently turned 50, Mitch is now tackling film directing.
The Old Mill Theatre's latest play reading on Wednesday, May 8, has been chosen by Graeme Johnson.
Clybourne Park by Bruce Norris is an intensely topical satire that explores the fault line between race and property. It received its British premiere at London's Royal Court Theatre in 2010 and won the Evening Standard Award for Best Play the same year, transferring to the West End
‘Love is a Noun’ is a love story mingled with black comedy, it was written by award-winning, WA playwright Daniel Jon Kershaw. This play was originally seen as the much shorter, 1-Act version about a year ago in the ITA Festival at the Marloo Theatre.
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