Post-show discussion: Gary and Effie sit down for a chat…
The playwright talks to William Drew about the differences between the British and Australian theatre scenes, and about the heartbreaking history of child transportation behind his play, Forget Me Not.
Let the game begin.
William Drew on writing for audio, walking the City, and working with Coney.
Comin’ back incessantly.
Action in its purest form.
A spectacle of bodies.
“I lay down among the wildflowers.” William Drew immerses himself fully in Park, an imagined ‘ongoing outdoor installation.’
Sitting this dance out.
Pushed to their limits.
Marc Downie and Wayne McGregor on the creation of Becoming “a live artificially intelligent installation.”
A once-radical gesture.
A series of screens.