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BLUEBERRY: A NOURISHING TREAT AT THE BATCH FESTIVAL

BLUEBERRY, by emerging playwright Ang Collins, is playing as part of the BATCH FESTIVAL at Griffin Theatre Company and it is such a healthy treat of show.  Sweet, compact, neatly packaged and with the tartness of unspoken sadness when you burst the skin.  Played with stellar technique and compassion and directed with style, BLUEBERRY is a moorish delicacy. Continue reading BLUEBERRY: A NOURISHING TREAT AT THE BATCH FESTIVAL

BATCH FESTIVAL: BLUEBERRY PLAY

This April, Griffin Theatre Company will stage the premiere of BLUEBERRY PLAY  by new Australian playwright Ang Collins as part of its inaugural Batch Festival.           

Blueberry Play featured in ATYP’s Intersection [SAG Reviewin February 2017 and was shortlisted for the 2017 Griffin Award. Continue reading BATCH FESTIVAL: BLUEBERRY PLAY

BATCH FESTIVAL: 3 WEEKS OF ALTERNATIVE WORK AT GRIFFIN

BROWN SKIN GIRL
Image by Emele Ugavule

A three-week fiesta of the freshest, edgiest and most inventive new shows in Sydney. An exciting crop of storytellers, poets, comedy artists and non-traditional performance makers from across the country will take over the iconic Stables stage, 11- 28th April. Continue reading BATCH FESTIVAL: 3 WEEKS OF ALTERNATIVE WORK AT GRIFFIN