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 all fun and games and cheap sexual innuendo until someone loses an eye!’
I’m not a gun crazy kinda girl, my thing is really suicide. Accidental suicide!
‘Oh God, this what they came for, a live experience and I am giving it to them in abundance’ – Love Kills 2017.
December 2013, director and co-writer Noel Anderson spoke with several possible producers about producing an original Aussie musical […]
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She puts on her makeup and heads off to work. Sometimes she even paints her nails, and her legs […]
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In January 2013 Noel Anderson’s provocative play Andy Warhol’s Fifteen Minutes of Fame sold out at La Mama […]
TIME CAPSULE – GERTRUDE STEIN Andy Warhol’s 15 Minutes of Fame Written and directed by Noel Anderson Admission […]