The first play I ever directed was by American playwright David Mamet at La Boite Theatre in Brisbane, late 1980s. The play was Sexual Perversity in Chicago. The season was a sellout.
‘It’s been 10 years, a helluva ride to be honest, but there’s been love and affection along the way particularly on social media. Enjoy the program and music links’ – Noel Anderson April 2018
I’m sitting in Father’s Office in Melbourne drinking a vodka, lime and soda waiting for a friend to arrive. She is seeing My Fair Lady at the Regent and is running late. While I wait my mind starts to wander, I sip my vodka, look at the view of the State Libray of Victoria and ponder the fate of the great Australian musical…
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MUSICAL SCRIPT: AUDREY HEPBURN AND I CONSIDER OUR ASSETS Official Video Release Date 30/03/2015 Brighton Beach, Melbourne, Australia, […]