Tales of love, hatred and jealousy are explored in an award-winning play by Flinders graduate CJ (Callum) McLean. The River, which won the Senior Award in […]
An ensemble cast for State Theatre Company’s next two productions will put a new spin on two classics of the Western canon, A Doll’s House and […]
The horror of the Battle of Long Tan comes vividly to life in the latest production of Flinders PhD Verity Laughton’s powerful play. The Brink Productions-State […]
The SA State Theatre Company has announced a 2016 season loaded with Flinders talent and involvement.
For someone whose first love is acting, Holly Brindley pushes a mean pen. Holly has just won the State Theatre Company’s Flinders University Young Playwright Award […]
Two Flinders graduates will usher an infant play into existence at the National Play Festival, which begins in Adelaide today.
Australian theatre needs to back its own playwrights for reasons of both cultural relevance and good economics, according to Flinders University’s Professor Julian Meyrick.
The Bard really does turn up everywhere – this year’s Fringe will find Titania and Oberon scheming against each other in a bushland setting outside Nairne in the Adelaide Hills.
After jetting off to Sydney in September for PlayWriting Australia’s prestigious National Script Workshop, Flinders University playwright Phillip Kavanagh will return to the East Coast in 2012 to complete two playwriting courses run by the Griffin Theatre Company.