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Crash Test Drama

25 Feb

There isn’t much as satisfying as spending a night mucking around with scripts with a bunch of other people who like mucking around with scripts! I had a ball at Crash Test Drama, and I still would have, even if I didn’t come home with a couple of awards! Yes, two awards! Best Director, and People’s Choice award for my new short play The Boat Person.

It is really encouraging to hear that The Boat Person took people’s choice by a big margin, and I’m thinking that this year I will try to get it into Short+Sweet Canberra as an independent production. Its themes, which centre on the Laboral parties’ entirely immoral asylum seeker policies, will be especially relevant (and of course (because it’s me writing) irreverent) during the August festival as we bear headlong into the September election. I want to be right in the middle of this one.

Congratulations to everyone else who took home either an award, or just a pat on the back. It was great to spend the evening playing and watching, and I can’t wait to join you for the next one.

If you have no idea what Crash Test Drama is all about, head over to the website at www.crashtestdramacanberra.com.au

 
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Posted by on Monday, 25 February 2013 in Uncategorized

 

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2 responses to “Crash Test Drama

  1. Rebecca Nicholson

    Wednesday, 27 February 2013 at 12:47 pm

    Where are you doing a play next? Would love to work with you again 🙂

     
    • chilver

      Wednesday, 27 February 2013 at 2:49 pm

      Hi Bec! Not sure yet, but doing The Boat Person for Short+Sweet is the next project I’ve got in mind. Will let you know if I’m going ahead with an ITC entry.
      Trevar

       

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