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‘The Emerald City of Oz. Everyone comes here along their yellow brick roads looking for the answers to their problems and all they find are the demons within themselves.’ – Elaine
Art vs Money
8 — 29 Feb, 2020
EMERALD CITY CREATIVES Writer David Williamson Director Sam Strong Associate Director Travis Dowling Designer Dale Ferguson Lighting Designer David Walters Composer/Sound Designer Russell Goldsmith Intimacy Coordinator Michala Banas Stage Manager Jess Keepence Assistant Stage Manager Ella Gordon Directorial Secondment Kathryn Yates (VCA) CAST Malcolm Ray Chong Nee Elaine Marg Downey Kate Nadine Garner Helen Megan Hind Colin Jason Klarwein Mike Rhys Muldoon ATTENDANCE INFORMATION Emerald City will run for approximately 2 hours and 20 minutes including an interval. WARNINGS This production contains infrequent coarse language, mature themes and the use of e-cigarettes. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF COUNTRY Queensland Theatre would like to acknowledge the Jagera and Turrbal people who are the Traditional Custodians of this land. We pay our respects to their Elders both past and present, and to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. RECYCLE THIS PROGRAM Support Greening Queensland Theatre and recycle this program after the performance in the recycling bins provided in the foyer.
A sparkling revival of David Williamson’s finest comedy Fade in. Sydney in the 1980s. The Emerald City of Oz, luring unsuspecting idealists with the promise of fulfilled fantasies, and leaving them with their dreams shattered on the pavement. Colin is a one-time gun screenwriter who’s off his game these days, and his wife Kate is a publisher with a penchant for taking risks. Seduced by the scent of success, they move their family to the Emerald City in pursuit of a share of its fame and fortune. Colin teams with a hack writer to work on his pet project screenplay, but soon finds himself faced with a stark choice: make art or make a motza? Decades after it was written, David Williamson’s 1987 classic is as sharp as ever; a satirical skewering of the extravagance of yesterday that could have been written today.
A Melbourne Theatre Company co-production
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Jason Klarwein, Marg Downey
Ray Chong Nee
David Williamson has chronicled Australian voices and hearts for 50 years. Lee Lewis Artistic Director
Each of his plays is a little time capsule in which he captures rhythms and thoughts of the day allowing us to remember who we were and where we have come from. Having just directed the newest of his works, Family Values, it is a real delight to begin my life with Queensland Theatre immersed in one of David’s greatest plays, Emerald City, as Sam Strong and his wonderful team breathe new life into it. Horrific and hilarious, this play is a chance to look back on the ideas and ambitions of Australia in the 1980s. David’s characters make us realise just how far we have come since the decade when we won the America’s Cup to the sound of Men At Work’s Down Under. His wonderful words conjure up memories we thought we’d forgotten, not only of terrible perms, but of hopes and dreams we all had for the future of this country. As the land we love is being scorched beyond recognition, this play is a reminder that our culture is hived in our stories not our houses. As Queensland Theatre celebrates 50 years of bringing Australians together to tell stories, it is perfect that the first play of the season is from one of our greatest playwrights. The growth of the Company over 50 years has been extraordinary, and as we join with Melbourne Theatre Company to create this glittery production we celebrate how theatre is one of the greatest ways to create and sustain communities in a time when so many forces seem intent on driving us apart. It is a huge community that has come together to make this work possible, but special thanks must go to our production partners Griffith University and Ord Minnett. Without their support, their belief in words becoming stories, becoming plays, becoming our history, this season would not be possible. Welcome to Emerald City. Welcome to 2020. Welcome to looking back in order to dream a better future. Lee
Ray Chong Nee, Rhys Muldoon, Sam Strong, David Walters
Marg Downey, Ella Gordon, Rhys Muldoon
What better way to celebrate Queensland Theatre and David Williamson’s joint golden anniversary than with a fresh look at one of his finest plays. Sam Strong Director
Emerald City has all the qualities that have made David Australia’s favourite storyteller. There are vivid and colourful characters who are gifts for actors. Then, David plunges those characters into pivotal moments of crisis or change. Then, he piles on the challenges, and we cringe and laugh as we recognise ourselves writ large on stage. Emerald City also displays David Williamson’s peerless ability to speak to our times as well as across time. His breakthrough play The Removalists unforgettably dramatised the toxic masculinity and police brutality of the 1970s. Yet its examination of abuse of power rings just as true in 2020. So too, Emerald City dissects the culture of excess and entrepreneurialism of the late 1980s. But it also interrogates a much more universal theme of personal integrity. At its broadest, this is a story about the struggle to do the right thing – to be a better human – in the face of temptations to do the opposite. There is also something else going on that is unique to this play. Beneath the 'glittering surface' of Emerald City is the beating heart of a very real partnership between Colin and Kate. In a perhaps ‘unguarded moment’ (to quote another artist of the 80s), this play gives us a very candid and moving portrait of a creative marriage. So, Emerald City is perhaps an even more fitting celebration of everything that David and Kristin Williamson have given to the theatre over the years. I, for one, am very grateful to them both and have loved the chance to add my voice to the chorus of celebration with this production. Sam
Art vs Money
Brisbane, Emerald City and fifty years in the theatre Iâ€™ve had a very fortunate and exciting 50 years in the
theatre. Amongst my great memories is the opening night of Emerald City in Sydney, which still ranks as one of the
best nights in my career, so Iâ€™m delighted that Queensland Theatre decided to mark my 50 years with its revival, with the talented Sam Strong bringing it back to life. David Williamson Writer
Russell Goldsmith, Ella Gordon, Sam Strong, Jess Keepence, David Walters, Travis Dowling
The biggest kick for a playwright, as well as the most nerve-racking, is finally seeing those words you put on paper come to life in a vibrant production and palpably connect with an audience. That’s what any playwright does it for. Not the money, or the fame, but that moment when you know you’ve added something to the life experience of those people watching your work. The truth is it’s been a dream run with some 55 of my plays being produced here and abroad, often with multiple productions, and I’ve been blessed with most of the best actors and directors in Australia working on my scripts over that time. I don’t claim to have written stories that resonate with all Australians. My reflections on life have been mainly stories of middleclass Anglo Celts. As I finish my career, I’m delighted to see the plethora of new writers exploring the lives of other Australian groups and identities. It’s as it should be. And I rejoice to see this new and vibrant work on our stages. I have, however, never believed that my particular tribe didn’t warrant their stories being told, and as I start to read through my work again after many years – and despite the fact I’m often described as writing comedies – I’m struck by the fact that what I’m reading isn’t really comedy, it’s drama; which, as in life, has its blackly funny moments. Without that leavening of humour, sometimes life would be hard to bear. Even in Emerald City, which does have its share of blackly funny moments, these are real human beings facing real human dilemmas – sometimes with the emotional stakes high. And to tell the truth, those conflicts and choices weren’t a million miles away from some of my own and my family’s experiences when I drove from Melbourne to Sydney all those years ago. My wife, Kristin, did find it all uncomfortably close when Robyn Nevin, playing Kate, said to her during rehearsals “I’m playing you again.”
True, the stakes in my plays aren’t the searingly high stakes that face people on the verge of starvation or annihilation in war-torn arenas, but despite the headlines every day, the majority of humanity isn’t on the edge of starvation or facing imminent death. Yet even so, those of us who live in relative security still manage to suffer agonies when we’re snubbed or belittled, when we fear losing the love of our life, when we let ambition consume our lives, when we’re in the grip of virulent envy, when we’re obsessed with wreaking revenge, when we feel the ache of compassion over the misfortune of others, or just when we’re feeling the acute guilt of being bad parents. We’re all highly emotional creatures with more or less the same set of emotions that allow us to relate so strongly to Greek dramas written thousands of years ago. And I’m glad we are all too often in the grip of these ancient emotions, or there wouldn’t be much colour in our lives and there wouldn’t be any drama to write about. And writing about those emotions playing havoc with the harmony of our lives is what I’ve been doing all these 50 years, and loved doing it. So a sincere thank you to all the hugely talented people who have honoured me by bringing my words to life, and thank you in particular to the audiences who have continued to come in numbers and gain something from my labours. And it’s great to be back at Queensland Theatre where so many fine productions of my work have been done over my career. David Williamson
From our Production Partners Griffith University is proud to support Queensland Theatre as it
celebrates 50 years of storytelling and delivering transformative
productions that challenge and inspire people across the community. For the past 18 years, Griffith’s Arts, Education and Law group has partnered with Queensland Theatre resulting in exciting opportunities for our Bachelor of Musical Theatre and Bachelor of Acting students. Our creative and performing arts study areas are well regarded – we are the only Queensland university ranked in the Top 50 universities worldwide for performing arts*. In addition to these study areas, the Arts Education and Law Group teaches and researches in Visual Arts, Criminology, Law, Social Sciences and Education disciplines providing key insights to create a positive future for all.
Griffith is honoured to support Queensland Theatre’s 2020 Season. Professor Scott Harrison Acting Pro Vice Chancellor (Arts, Education and Law) Griffith University *QS World University Ranking by subject 2019.
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Ray Chong Nee, Marg Downey, Rhys Muldoon, David Walters
Russell Goldsmith, Sam Strong
Jason Klarwein, Nadine Garner
ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR Queensland Theatre: As Director: Antigone, The Shot, Six Hundred Ways to Filter a Sunset, Riley Valentine and the Occupation of Fort Svalbard, Love and Information, Constellations (Queensland Theatre Senior Youth Ensemble 2017), This Hollow Crown. As Assistant Director: Twelfth Night, Much Ado About Nothing, Macbeth, Thom Pain (based on nothing). Other Credits: As Director: The Grin and Tonic Theatre Troupe: Supernatural, Romeo and Juliet Must Die, Versus, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Warning Small Parts, I am Romeo and Juliet, Heart fail, Absurd, Epic; HotHouse Theatre: Between The Clouds, The Pyjama Girl, The Duck Variations, Macbeth; Metro Arts: Lazarus Won’t Get Out of Bed, Furious Angels; Backbone: A Midsummer Night’s Dream; Vena Cava: Oh The Humanity; Ignations: The Last Five Years. Positions: Associate Director, Queensland Theatre; Associate Director, HotHouse Theatre; Associate Director, The Grin and Tonic Theatre Troupe.
David Williamson is Australia’s best known and most widely performed playwright. Some of his 56 produced plays over the last 50 years include The Coming Of The Stork, The Removalists, Don’s Party, The Club, Travelling North, Money & Friends, Dead White Males, The Jack Manning Trilogy, Up For Grabs, Soulmates, Nothing Personal, When Dad Married Fury, Rupert, Cruise Control, Dream Home, Odd Man Out, Sorting Out Rachel, Nearer the Gods, The Big Time, Family Values and Crunch Time. His plays (also in translation) have been performed internationally, including in London, Los Angeles, New York and Washington. David has adapted many of his plays into feature films to great acclaim and his many original feature screenplays include Gallipoli, Phar Lap, The Year of Living Dangerously, and Balibo (as cowriter) and On The Beach (adapted for television). David’s many awards include 12 Australian Writers’ Guild Awards, 5 Australian Film Institutes’ Awards for Best Screenplay and, in 1996, the United Nations Association of Australia Media Peace Award.
Queensland Theatre: Storm Boy (with Melbourne Theatre Company), Hydra (with State Theatre Company of South Australia), Nearer the Gods, Jasper Jones (restaging of Melbourne Theatre Company), Twelfth Night, Noises Off (with Melbourne Theatre Company), Once In Royal David’s City (with Black Swan State Theatre Company). Other Credits: Melbourne Theatre Company: Jasper Jones, Double Indemnity, The Weir, Endgame, The Sublime, The Speechmaker, Private Lives, The Crucible, Other Desert Cities, Madagascar; Sydney Theatre Company: Les Liaisons Dangereuses; Sydney Festival/Griffin Theatre Company/STCSA/Melbourne Festival: Masquerade; Sydney Festival/Griffin Theatre Company: The Boys; Griffin Theatre Company: The Floating World, Between Two Waves, And No More Shall We Part, Speaking in Tongues; Company B Belvoir: The Power of Yes; Red Stitch Actors’ Theatre: Red Sky Morning, Faces in the Crowd; B Sharp: Thom Pain (based on nothing). Positions: Artistic Director, Queensland Theatre; Associate Artistic Director, Melbourne Theatre Company; Artistic Director, Griffin Theatre Company; Literary Associate, Belvoir; Dramaturg in Residence, Red Stitch Actors’ Theatre. Awards: Sydney Theatre Awards – Best Direction of a Mainstage Production The Floating World; Sydney Theatre Awards Nominations – Best Director The Boys, The Power of Yes; Green Room Awards Nominations – Best Direction Jasper Jones, The Sublime, Red Sky Morning; Helpmann Award Nominations – Best Direction The Floating World, The Boys; Best Play Jasper Jones, Once in Royal David’s City, The Boys.
Dale Ferguson DESIGNER
Queensland Theatre: L’Appartement, The Marriage of Figaro, Honour, Amy’s View, King Lear, Summer of the Seventeenth Doll. Other Credits: Opera Queensland: Tosca, Othello, Eugene Onegin; Sydney Theatre Company: Cosi, Away, Les Liasions Dangereues; Melbourne Theatre Company: An Ideal Husband, Cosi, Born Yesterday, Skylight, The Weir, The Speechmaker, The Crucible, Top Girls; Malthouse: Away, Timeshare, Night on Bald Mountain, The Riders, Dance of Death, Exit the King (with Belvoir); Belvoir: Sami in Paradise, The Blind Giant is Dancing, Radiance, Brothers Wreck, Neighbourhood Watch, Power of Yes; The Production Company: Oklahoma, The Pirates of Penzance; Opera Australia: Anything Goes, Marriage of Figaro; Lyric Opera of Chicago: The Magic Flute; Houston Grand Opera: A Midsummer Night’s Dream; Welsh National Opera/Canadian Opera/Boston Lyric Opera: Ariadne Auf Naxos. Positions: Resident Designer (1995 – 98), Melbourne Theatre Company; Resident Designer (1990 – 94), Queensland Theatre. Awards: Helpmann Awards – Best Scenic Design Counting & Cracking, August: Osage County; Green Room Awards – Best Set and Costume Design Away, Night On Bald Mountain; Best Design The Seagull, Molly Sweeney, Dealers Choice, A Cheery Soul; Tony Award Nomination – Best Scenic Design, Best Costume Design Exit the King; Drama Desk Award Nomination – Outstanding Set Design Exit the King; Matilda Awards 1990, 1993, 1998. Training: NIDA.
David Walters LIGHTING DESIGNER
Queensland Theatre: Nearer the Gods, The Wider Earth, Motherland, Quartet, Ladies in Black, Brisbane, Boston Marriage, Gloria, Macbeth (1985, 2014), Australia Day, Venus in Fur, End of the Rainbow, Romeo & Juliet, Pygmalion, Grimm Tales, The August Moon, Rabbit Hole, The Glass Menagerie (1990, 2007), The Memory of Water, A Day in the Death of Joe Egg, Molly Sweeney, Chilling and Killing My Annabel Lee, The Skin of Our Teeth, Vertigo and the Virginia, Long Day’s Journey into Night, Amy’s View, Master Class, After the Ball, Summer Rain, Arcadia, The Hope of the World, Money and Friends, Gilgamesh, The Shaugraun, Broken Glass, Shadow and Splendour, The Marriage of Figaro, The Game of Love and Chance, On The Whipping Side, The Crucible, Essington Lewis: I Am Work, Mrs Klein, The Cherry Orchard, Seven Little Australians, Season’s Greetings, The Merry Wives of Windsor, A Month In The Country, Top Silk, Moby Dick, The Taming Of The Shrew, Ghosts, Major Barbara, The Barrets of Wimpole Street, Snoopy, Chorus of Disapproval, Briefs, God’s Best Country, Hard Times, The Bloke, Les Liaisons Dangereuses, Night And Day, The Recruiting Officer, A Month Of Sundays, A Spring Song, The Man from Mukinupin, A Different Drummer, Fuente Ovejuna, Salonika, The Venetian Twins, Emerald City (1987). Other Credits: Various productions for Melbourne Theatre Company, Sydney Theatre Company, State Theatre Company of South Australia, Bell Shakespeare Company, QUT, QPAC, Jute, TN! Theatre Company, Handspan, Playbox, La Boite Theatre Company, Rock‘n’Roll Circus, Nimrod, Company B, Expressions Dance Company, Queensland Ballet, Australian Ballet, Opera Queensland, Opera Australia, Belloo Creative, Playlab, Topology, Camerata and Zen Zen Zo. In Iceland David has lit for the National Theatre, the National Opera and the Reykjavik City Theatre. Positions: Adjunct Associate Professor in Drama, QUT. Awards: Matilda Awards/Commendations in 1988, 1990, 1992, 1993, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2007, 2008, 2012 and 2018. ABF Lifetime Achievement Award.
Russell Goldsmith COMPOSER/ SOUND DESIGNER Queensland Theatre: Noises Off (with Melbourne Theatre Company), The Flick (with Red Stitch Actors’ Theatre), Disgraced (with Melbourne Theatre Company). Other Credits: Melbourne Theatre Company: Gloria, Vivid White, John, Lungs, Endgame, What Rhymes with Cars and Girls, I’ll Eat You Last, The Speechmaker, Ghosts, The Other Place, His Girl Friday, The Golden Dragon, Don Parties On, The Swimming Club, Ruby Moon (MTC Education); Malthouse Theatre/ Company B Belvoir: Exit the King (including Broadway tour); Malthouse Theatre: Gonzo (with St Martins), Hello, Goodbye & Happy Birthday, Hate, Bloody Wedding, A Woman in Berlin (with Belvoir), Elizabeth – Almost By Chance A Woman, Happy Days (with Company B), It Just Stopped (with Belvoir), Vamp, Through the Looking Glass, Sleeping Beauty, The Frail Man, Persona (with Belvoir); Sydney Theatre Company: Hate, Blood Wedding, The Story of Mary MacLane – by Herself, Optimism (with Edinburgh International Festival); Red Stitch Actors’ Theatre: The Way Things Work, Extinction (with Geelong Performing Arts Centre), Splendour, Detroit, This Year’s Ashes, Out Of The Water, The Fatboy, 4000 Miles; Sisters Grimm: Summertime in the Garden of Eden. Radio: ABC Radio: Cassandra is a Waitress, A Woman in Berlin. Awards: New York Festival Radio Awards – Bronze Medal A Woman in Berlin; Sydney Theatre Award – Best Score or Sound Design Exit the King; Tony Awards Nomination – Best Sound Design Exit the King; Green Room Awards Nomination – Best Sound Design Exit the King.
ASSISTANT STAGE MANAGER
Queensland Theatre: Jasper Jones (with Melbourne Theatre Company). Other Credits: Melbourne Theatre Company: Heisenberg, Arbus & West, The House of Bernarda Alba, Hay Fever, Macbeth, The Odd Couple, Miss Julie, Buyer and Cellar, The Sublime, The Crucible, Other Desert Cities, The Birthday Party, Poor Boy; Malthouse Theatre: Blackie Blackie Brown, My Dearworthy Darling, Good Muslim Boy; Rawcus: Song for a Weary Throat, Catalogue; Melbourne International Arts Festival: At the Illusionist’s Table with Scott Silven; Ilbijerri Theatre Company: Jack Charles Vs The Crown; Angus Cerini/ doubletap: Resplendence, Save for Crying; Melbourne Theatre Company/ Belvoir: Neighbourhood Watch; The Rabble: Room of Regret; Priscilla the Musical; Sydney Theatre Company: In the Next Room or The Vibrator Play; City of Melbourne/Rimini Protokoll: 100% Melbourne; All the Queens Men/ Next Wave: Fun Run. Events: White Night, Melbourne Festival, Woodford Folk Festival and Castlemaine State Festival. Training: Bachelor of Production, Victorian College of the Arts.
Queensland Theatre: As Stage Manager: The Longest Minute (2019 Regional Tour). As Assistant Stage Manager: Storm Boy (with Melbourne Theatre Company), Jasper Jones (with Melbourne Theatre Company), Twelfth Night. As Secondment: An Octoroon. Other Credits: As Assistant Stage Manager: Queensland Ballet: Romeo & Juliet; Opera Queensland: Tosca; Sydney Festival 2018; Short+Sweet Festival Brisbane Strands 2015; Pentimento Productions/La Boite Indie: Dangerfield Park, Angel Gear. As Assistant Stage Manager – Sound: Opera Australia: Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour – West Side Story. As Stage Manager: Now Look Here/Electric Moon: The Sound of a Finished Kiss; Shake & Stir Theatre Company: A Midsummer Night’s Dream; Short+Sweet Queensland 2016, Short+Sweet Queensland Gala Finals 2015; Underground Productions: 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee; Out of the Box Festival/QUT: Amy and Louis, Sarah’s Heavy Heart. Positions: Production Assistant (2019), Sydney Festival. Training: Bachelor of Fine Arts (Technical Production and Drama), QUT.
Jason Klarwein, Marg Downey
Ray Chong Nee
Queensland Theatre: Hydra (with State Theatre Company of South Australia), Noises Off (with Melbourne Theatre Company). Other Credits: Melbourne Theatre Company: I Call My Brothers; La Boite Theatre Company/ Elbow Room/HotHouse Theatre/ Theatre Works: The Motion of Light in Water; Bell Shakespeare: The Dream, Othello, Antony and Cleopatra, Actors at Work’ The Players 2013; Sydney Theatre Company: How to Rule the World (Development); Performing Lines National Road Work Tour/Queensland Theatre/Merrigong Theatre Company/ Casula Powerhouse: Bare Witness; Theatre Ink/Parramatta Riverside/Mardi Gras: Angels in America, Stork Theatre: The Stranger; NIDA: AndyX. Film: Swimming for Gold, There’s a Bluebird in My Heart, Amalia Lucia Gomez is Gluten Intolerant, The Bench, Savage Garden, The Pool. Television: Pulse, Tomorrow When The War Began, Glitch, Party Tricks, Offspring, Rescue Special Ops, Magical Tales, Dance Academy. Awards: Green Room Award – Best Ensemble After All This; Melbourne Fringe – Best Performance After All This; Green Room Nomination – Best Independent Male Performer and Outstanding Performance in a Featured Role. Training: Bachelor of Theatre Arts (Acting), USQ. Ray has been a proud member of Equity since 2004.
Queensland Theatre: Debut. Other Credits: Melbourne Theatre Company: Hay Fever, Rupert, Moonlight and Magnolias, A Flea in Her Ear; Malthouse: Timeshare; fortyfivedownstairs: Skull In Connemara, Glimpse; The Production Company: La Cage Aux Folles; Playbox: Rapture. Television: Fast Forward, Full Frontal, Something Stupid, Kath & Kim, Open Slather, Back in Very Small Business, Get Krack!n, The Other Guy, Newton’s Law, Top of the Lake: China Girl, The Doctor Blake Mysteries, House Husbands, City Homicide, The D-Generation. Animation Voice Over: L’il Elvis Jones & The Truckstoppers, Ocean Girl, Dogstar, Wakkaville, The Flamin’ Thongs, Kitty is Not a Cat.
Queensland Theatre: Debut. Other Credits: Melbourne Theatre Company: Photograph 51, Di and Viv and Rose, The Distance, The Weir, Private Lives, Three Sisters, The Balcony, Summer of the Seventeenth Doll, Cosi, The Cherry Orchard; Watch This: A Little Night Music; Sydney Theatre Company: Zebra!, Life After George; Old Fitz Theatre: Birds Eye View; Perth Theatre Company: Miss Julie; EHJ Productions: The Taming of the Shrew; IMG Entertainment: Cabaret. Television: Part Time Private Eyes, My Life Is Murder, Mr Black, The Blake Mysteries: Ghost Stories, It’s A Date, The Doctor Blake Mysteries. Film: The Wedding Party, Razzle Dazzle, The Book of Revelation, Metal Skin, Mull. Awards: Green Room Award – Best Supporting Actress in a Musical Cabaret; Helpmann Award – Best Female Actor in a Supporting Role in a Musical Cabaret; New York City International Film Festival Award The Wedding Party.
Megan Hind HELEN Queensland Theatre: Debut. Other Credits: NIDA: The Roaring Girl, #KillAllMen, The Olympians, Capricornia. Television: Secret Bridesmaid’s Business, Friday on My Mind, Cleverman (Series 2). Training: NIDA.
Queensland Theatre: As Actor: Hedda, Twelfth Night, Once in Royal David’s City (with Black Swan State Theatre Company), Riley Valentine and the Occupation of Fort Svalbard, The Odd Couple, The Seagull, Macbeth (with The Grin and Tonic Theatre Troupe), Design For Living, Elizabeth – Almost By Chance a Woman, Fractions (with HotHouse Theatre), Faustus (with Bell Shakespeare), An Oak Tree, Macbeth, Thom Pain (based on nothing), A Streetcar Named Desire, God is a DJ, Phèdre, The Fortunes of Richard Mahony, Bash, Mad Hercules, The Tragedy of King Richard the Second, Shopping and F$$$ing, The Skin of Our Teeth. As Director: Death of a Salesman, My Name is Jimi, The 7 Stages of Grieving (with The Grin and Tonic Theatre Troupe – Australia, Los Angeles, London), St Mary’s In Exile, Much Ado About Nothing, Oedipus Doesn’t Live Here Anymore, A Dream within A Dream, Orbit, This Hollow Crown. Other Credits: As Actor: Queensland Symphony Orchestra: Peter and the Wolf, The Happiness Box, Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra, The Carnival of the Animals, Tubby the Tuba; Bell Shakespeare: Henry IV; Sydney Theatre Company: A Streetcar Named Desire; Belvoir St Theatre: Paul, Capricornia, Maralinga; La Boite Theatre Company: The Glass Menagerie, Half and Half, Cosi; Adelaide Festival Centre: A Thing Called Snake; The Grin and Tonic Theatre Troupe: The Trial, Monkey, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Much Ado About Nothing, Othello, Richard the Third, The Winter’s Tale, Henry the Sixth, Romeo and Juliet, Seasons. As Director: The Arts Centre Gold Coast: Oh the Humanity and Other Exclamations; The Grin and Tonic Theatre Troupe: April’s Fools, Hoods, Lunatic, The Lover and The Loon, LIVID, I Am Macbeth, Sunburn, Island Home, Revolt, Inferno, VS, Super/Natural, Romeo and Juliet, The Zoo Story, The Trial, A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Film: Celeste, The Baby Whisperer. Television: The Devil’s Playground, Illusion 5, Slide, Sea Patrol, Australia Remembers, Cybergirl. Positions: Artistic Director (2010 – current), The Grin and Tonic Theatre Troupe; Resident Director (2014 – 15), Queensland Theatre; MEAA Queensland Branch Council (2011 – current), MEAA National Performers Committee (2013 – current), MEAA Federal Council Board Member. Awards: Helpmann Award Nomination – Best Male Actor Once in Royal David’s City; Logie Award – Most Outstanding Miniseries The Devil’s Playground.
Queensland Theatre: Nearer the Gods. Other Credits: Melbourne Theatre Company: Don’s Party, Design For Living, A Moon for the Misbegotten; Sydney Opera House: Peter and the Wolf; Company B: The Power of Yes, Gethsemane; Sydney Theatre Company: Tot Mom, Don’s Party; Belvoir Theatre: Stuff Happens; Ford O’Connell Productions: Decadence; Elston Hocking and Woods: Romeo & Juliet, A Midsummer Night’s Dream; Griffin Entertainment: Amadeus; Universal Theatre: Torch Song Trilogy, Three Guys Naked from the Waist Down. Film: Book Week, Chasing Comets, 33 Postcards, Bitter and Twisted, The Extra, Danny Deckchair, The Sapphires, Love Is Now, The Saviour (Oscar Nominated). Television: House Husbands (Series 1-5), Les Norton, Fighting Season, Dead Lucky, Childhood’s End, The Secret River, Rake (Series 1, 2 – 3), Jack Irish: Bad Debts, Jack Irish: Black Tide, Lockie Leonard, Grass Roots, The Secret Life of Us, Water Rats. Awards: AACTA Nomination – Best Actor in a Leading Role Lockie Leonard; AFI Award Nomination – Best Actor in a Leading Role, TV Drama series Grass Roots; Green Room Award Nomination – Best Actor Decadence; Melbourne International Comedy Festival Award – Best Actor Decadence. Training: VCA.
Ray Chong Nee
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William Glasson AO & Claire Glasson Dr Sara Gollschewski Louise M Gourlay OAM Sue & Mike Gowan John Graham & Craig Syphers Alexandra Grove & Peter Dawson John & Lois Griffin Sophia Hall Herbert Smith Freehills Prof Lawrence Hirst Kevin & Joanne Holyoak Barbara Houlihan Marc James Tempe Keune King & Wood Mallesons Fleur Kingham Ilan Klevansky & Katrina Low Karen & Peter Lane Barbara Lloyd John & Janice Logan Helen & Tim Longwill Marina Marangos In memory of Jann McCabe William McCarthy Sandra McCullagh John & Julienne McKenna Mark Menhinnitt Andrea Moor Richard & Denise Morton R & B Murray Kartini Oei Shay O'Hara-Smith Leanne O'Shea & Peter Gilroy Kim Parascos John & Mandy Peden Joanna Peters Blayne & Helen Pitts Clare & David Pullar Catherine Quinn Angela Ramsay Margaret Ridley & Daryl Clifford Maryanne Russell Crispin Scott Dr Josephine Sundin Damien Thomson & Glenise C. Berry Ralph & Pierette Whiteside Margaret Williams Peter Williams Suzanne & Bo Williams Dr Catherine Yelland Tony & Linda Young
SUPPORTING CAST $500+ 5 Anonymous Anne & Peter Allen Prof Aidan Byrne Peter Callaghan John & Lynnly Chalk Bob Cleland Dr Paul Eliadis Dean Gibson Daryl & Trish Hanly Karen Heel Angelina Hurley Fred & Margaret Leditschke Susan Mabin Dr James Mackean Philip & Fran Morrison Denise O'Boyle Paddington Clinic Diane & Robert Parcell Dee & Reny Rennie Wendy Peach Marianna Serghi Bronwyn Springer Kevin Vedelago & Karen Renton Jacqui Walters Marian Wheeler Richard Whittington OAM Ian Yeo & Sylvia Alexander
TRUST AND FOUNDATION PARTNERS Australian Communities Foundation - Davie Family Fund Australian Communities Foundation - Keith & Jeannette Ince Fund Tim Fairfax Family Foundation William Angliss (Queensland) Charitable Fund
Annual donations over $500 are acknowledged in play programs for 12 months from the date of donation.
Queensland Theatre wishes to extend a heartfelt thanks to all our donors. Each gift, large or small, helps us make great theatre. Acknowledging Visionaries who individually support special Queensland Theatre funds:
LPF Landmark Productions Fund
LC Legal Chapter, supporting the Play Commissioning Fund
The Landmark Productions Fund supports the creative development and staging of one production of significant scale in each Queensland Theatre season. Our sincerest gratitude to the inaugural supporters of the Fund
Tim Fairfax AC and Gina Fairfax
The Mather Foundation
Cass and Ian George
Liz Pidgeon and Graeme Wikman
Elizabeth Jameson and Abbe Anderson
Trevor St. Baker AO and Judith St. Baker
For more information about our giving programs, please contact Director of Development ZoĂŤ Connolly on 07 3010 7602 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
RACQ Foundation is here to help Queensland community groups
Community groups can apply for funding at racq.com/foundation
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Thank you to our generous Government Partners
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PATRON His Excellency the Honourable Paul de Jersey AC, Governor of Queensland MEMBERS OF THE BOARD Elizabeth Jameson (Chair) Rachel Crowley (Deputy Chair) Tracey Barker Simon Gallaher Angelina Hurley Susan Learmonth Dr Andrea Moor David Williamson AO ARTISTIC DIRECTOR Lee Lewis EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Amanda Jolly RESIDENT DRAMATURG Isaac Drandic EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT Donna Maher DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT Zoë Connolly CORPORATE PARTNERSHIPS MANAGER Danielle Shankey SPECIAL PROJECTS Liz Prior PHILANTHROPY COORDINATOR Georgia Lynas DEVELOPMENT AND EVENTS COORDINATOR Felicity Clifford GRANTS AND COMMUNICATION COORDINATOR Hannah Barr FINANCE AND OPERATIONS CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER Valerie Tam ASSISTANT ACCOUNTANT Georgia Knight FINANCE OFFICER Sarra Lamb FACILITIES AND OPERATIONS MANAGER Shaun Kelly VENUE AND BAR COORDINATOR Kimberley Mogg
MARKETING AND TICKETING DIRECTOR OF MARKETING Laura Oliver MARKETING COORDINATOR Maneka Singh MARKETING ASSISTANT Cinnamon Smith MARKETING ASSISTANT (DIGITAL ENGAGEMENT) Thomas Manton–Williams GRAPHIC DESIGNER Aleesha Cuffe PUBLICIST Kath Rose and Associates DATABASE TRAINER AND SUPERVISOR Rory Killen TICKETING SUPERVISOR Madison Bell TICKETING OFFICER Rosie Hazell BOX OFFICE Madeline Bassetti, Ashley Webster SEASON TICKETING Alana Dunn, Matthew Filkins, PJ Ieremia PRODUCTION DIRECTOR, TECHNICAL AND PRODUCTION Toni Glynn TECHNICAL MANAGER Daniel Maddison TECHNICAL COORDINATOR Lachlan Cross DEPUTY PRODUCTION MANAGER Candice Schmidt HEAD OF WORKSHOP Peter Sands COMPANY CARPENTER / HEAD MECHANIST John Pierce COSTUME SUPERVISOR Nathalie Ryner WARDROBE COORDINATOR Barbara Kerr Queensland Theatre is a member of the Australian Major Performing Arts Group.
QUEENSLAND THEATRE PRODUCTION STAFF CARPENTERS Aleksis Waaralinna, Jamie Bowman SCENIC ARTIST Leo Herreygers WARDROBE MAINTENANCE Jack Parry WIG AND HAIR STYLIST/DRESSER Michael Green PRODUCTION ELECTRICIAN Harry Provins FOH AUDIO ENGINEER Matt Erskine TECHNICAL ASSISTANT Chris Goeldner AUTOMATION OPERATOR Wesley Bluff RADIO MIC TECHNICIAN Dale Norris HAIR Rebecca Anthony
PROGRAMMING DIRECTOR OF PROGRAMMING Sophia Hall ARTISTIC COORDINATOR Samantha French PRODUCER, NEW WORK Shari Irwin ARTISTIC ADMINISTRATOR Hana Tow PROGRAMMING ASSISTANT Emily Wells YOUTH, EDUCATION AND REGIONAL ENGAGEMENT DIRECTOR, YOUTH, EDUCATION AND REGIONAL ENGAGEMENT Laurel Collins ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR Travis Dowling EDUCATION COORDINATOR Emma Funnell PROJECT OFFICER Alana Dunn INDIGENOUS REFERENCE GROUP Nathan Jarro (Chair), Jimi Bani, Isaac Drandic, Angelina Hurley FOUNDING DIRECTOR AIan Edwards, AM, MBE (1925-2003) ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS REHEARSAL PHOTOGRAPHY Charlie Kinross MUSIC CREDITS Flame Trees Composed by Don Walker and Steve Prestwich, Published by Sony/ATV Publishing (Australia) Pty Limited Take Me Back Composed by Jon Stevens and Brent Thomas, © Warner Chappell Music Australia Pty Ltd, By kind permission of Warner Chappell Music Australia Pty Ltd Take My Breath Away Composed by Giorgio Moroder and Tom Whitlock, © WB Music Corp, By kind permission of Warner Chappell Music Australia Pty Ltd © Sony/ATV Harmony, Licensed by Sony/ ATV Publishing (Australia) Pty Limited
MELBOURNE THEATRE COMPANY PRODUCTION STAFF WARDROBE MANAGER Keryn Ribbands COSTUME COORDINATOR Sophie Woodward CUTTER/COSTUME MAKER Jocelyn Creed, John Van Gastel, Lyn Molloy COSTUME MAKER Ellen Figgis MILLINER Phillip Rhodes WARDROBE BUYER Nee Petrovic WIG AND HAIR STYLIST/DRESSER Jurga Celikiene PROPS BUYER Jess Maguire
QUEENSLAND PERFORMING ARTS CENTRE PO Box 3567, South Bank, Queensland 4101 T: (07) 3840 7444 W: qpac.com.au
Chair Professor Peter Coaldrake AO
The Honourable Leeanne Enoch MP,
Deputy Chair Leigh Tabrett PSM
Minister for the Environment and the Great Barrier
Chief Executive John Kotzas
Reef, Minister for Science and Minister for the Arts
Trust Members Dr Sally Pitkin, Dare Power,
Director-General, Department of Environment and
Georgina Richters, Susan Rix AM, Leanne de Souza
Science Jamie Merrick
Information correct at time of printing QPAC respectfully acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Lands across Queensland and pays respect to their ancestors who came before them and to Elders past, present and emerging. Patrons are advised that the Performing Arts Centre has EMERGENCY EVACUATION PROCEDURES, a FIRE ALARM system and EXIT passageways. In case of an alert, patrons should remain calm, look for the closest EXIT sign in GREEN, listen to and comply with directions given by the inhouse trained attendants and move in an orderly fashion to the open spaces outside the Centre.
The Queensland Performing Arts Trust is a statutory body of the State of Queensland and is partially funded by the Queensland Government
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Jane Hansen (Chair) Tony Burgess Professor Barry Conyngham am Patricia Faulkner ao Jonathan Feder Larry Kamener Janette Kendall Sharmistha Law Professor Duncan Maskell Susan Oliver am Brett Sheehy ao Virginia Lovett
Janette Kendall (Chair) Paul Bonnici Liz Chappell Virginia Lovett Louise Myer Leigh O’Neill Hilary Scott Rupert Sherwood Tracey Sisson Richard Tegoni
Artistic Director & CEO Brett Sheehy ao Executive Director & Co-CEO Virginia Lovett Executive Assistant to the Artistic Director & CEO Nick Doherty Executive Administrator to the Executive Director & Co-CEO Kathleen Higgs Manager Special Projects Dale Bradbury Receptionist David Zierk
Director of Artistic Operations/Senior Producer Martina Murray Associate Artistic Director Sarah Goodes Associate Director Petra Kalive Literary Director Chris Mead Literary Associate Jennifer Medway Casting Director Janine Snape Casting Administrator Carmen Lai Associate Producer/ Senior Company Manager Stephen Moore Company Manager Leah Milburn-Clark Programs Producer Karin Farrell
Catering Manager Andrea Purvis Café Staff Bev Reinmuth Andrea Ruiz
Director of Development Rupert Sherwood Events Manager Mandy Jones Annual Giving Manager Chris Walters Major Gifts Manager Sophie Boardley Philanthropy Coordinator Patrick Crummy Partnerships Manager Katie Taylor Partnerships Executive Isabella Wren Partnerships Coordinator Alice Fitzgerald
Communications Content Producer Melanie Sheridan Communications Coordinator Jacqui Bartlett Contributing Writer Sarah Corridon
Wardrobe Manager Keryn Ribbands Wardrobe Staff Jocelyn Creed Costume Coordinator Sophie Woodward Costume Hire Liz Symons TECHNICAL & Costume Supervisor PRODUCTION Kate Seeley Technical & Production Millinery Director Phillip Rhodes Adam J Howe Wigs & Makeup Jurga Celikiene PRODUCTION Art Finishing Senior Production Josephine Johnson Manager Wardrobe Maintenance Michele Preshaw Josephine Johnson Production Manager Stella Cadzow Abe Watson Wardrobe Casuals Production Coordinators EDUCATION Ellen Figgis Michaela Deacon Head of Education Lyn Molloy Marta Losiewicz & Families John Van Gastel Props Buyer/SM Swing Jeremy Rice Jess Maguire Learning Manager STAGE Production Nick Tranter MANAGEMENT Administrator Education Christine Bennett Alyson Brown Administrator Ben Cooper Isobel Taylor-Rodgers TECHNICAL Brittany Coombs Lisette Drew HUMAN RESOURCES Technical Manager Jess Keepence Lighting & Sound Director of People Jess Maguire Kerry Saxby & Culture Whitney McNamara Senior Production Peter Wade Meg Richardson Technician HR Administrator Julia Smith Allan Hirons Christine Verginis Production Technicians Lucie Sutherland Health & Safety Pippa Wright Geoff Adams Coordinator Nick Wollan Liz Mundell SOUTHBANK Marcus Cook THEATRE FINANCE Gemma Rowe Theatre Operations Mungo Trumble Finance Director Director Technical Manager – Liz Chappell Mark D Wheeler Staging Finance Manager Building Services Andrew Bellchambers Andrew Slee Manager CAD Drafting IT & Systems Manager Adrian Aderhold Jacob Battista Michael Schuettke House Services Alexander Rothnie IT Support Officer Manager Staging Supervisor HQ Darren Snowdon James Cunningham Nicholas Stace Assistant Accountant Production Services Irene Budiono PROPERTIES Manager Payroll Officer Frank Stoffels Properties Supervisor Julia Godinho Bar Manager Geoff McGregor Payments Officer Claire Marsh Props Maker Lisa Maundrell Lawler & Events Colin Penn MARKETING & Technical Supervisor Props Hire Tom Brayshaw Kasey Gambling COMMUNICATIONS Lighting Supervisor Jacinta Keefe Marketing & Richard Gorr Yasmin Mole Communications Staging Supervisor Emma Palackic Director Grant Kennelly Vanessa Rowsthorn SCENIC ART Sound Supervisor Marketing Manager Scenic Art Supervisor Terry McKibbin Shelley King Shane Dunn Head Flyman Digital Manager Scenic Artists James Tucker Daniel Coghlan Tansy Elso Stage & Technical Marketing Campaign Colin Harman Staff Manager Matthew Arthur Bonnie Leigh-Dodds WORKSHOP Sam Berkley Marketing Executives Workshop Supervisor Simon Bond Riley Charles Aldo Amenta Ash Buchanan Rebecca Lawrence Acting Workshop Michael Burnell Lead Graphic Designer/ Supervisor John Carberry Art Director Andrew Weavers Dale Cook Emma Wagstaff Set Makers Kieran Daniels Graphic Designers Ken Best Nathan Evers Helena Turinski Brian Easteal Kylie Hammond Victoria U Nick Gray Adam Hanley Senior Manager, Simon Juliff Communications & Philip de Mulder External Relations Peter Rosa Rosie ShepherdsonCullen Senior Publicist Georgia Fox
Chris Hubbard David Jenkins Louis Kennedy Robert Larsen David Membery Bianca Moran Stephanie Morrell Sophie Norfolk James Paul Will Patterson Thomas Roach Nathaniel Sy Michelle Thorne Raff Watt Max Wilkie Tom Willis Joy Weng
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House & Bar Supervisors Matt Bertram Paul Blenheim Sarah Branton Kasey Gambling Daniel Moulds Paul Terrell Drew Thomson Bella Vadiveloo House & Bar Attendants George Abbott Rachel Adams Aisha Aidara Faida Angaika Danillo Arantes Stephanie Barham Tanya Batt Bear Baxter Briannah Borg Max Bowyer Zak Brown Sam Diamond Leila Gerges Evan Lawson Laura Lethlean Thomas McCracken Will McRostie Natasha Milton Yasmin Mole Ernesto Munoz Ben Nichol Emma Palackic Sam Perry Adam Rogers Sophie Scott Rain Shadrach Myles Tankle Olivia Walker Alison Wheeldon Rhian Wilson Jamaica Zuanetti
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CRM & AUDIENCE INSIGHTS Director of CRM & Audience Insights Jeremy Hodgins Database Specialist Ben Gu Data Analyst Dale Menz
The Joan & Peter Clemenger Commissions Kylie Coolwell Judith Lucy Damien Millar Ross Mueller Magda Szubanski Anthony Weigh Other Commissions Hannie Rayson (with Manhattan Theatre Club) NEXT STAGE Residents Declan Furber Gillick Dan Giovannoni Elise Hearst Andrea James Phillip Kavanagh Melissa Reeves Natesha Somasundaram Chris Summers Kylie Trounson NEXT STAGE Commissions Van Badham Angus Cerini Patricia Cornelius Aidan Fennessy Louris van de Geer Michael Gow Tom Holloway Andrea James Anchuli Felicia King Benjamin Law Joanna Murray-Smith Joe Penhall Leah Purcell Ellen van Neerven Chris Ryan Megan Washington Mark Leonard Winter Malcolm Robertson MTC Foundation Commissions Angela Betzien
OVERSEAS REPRESENTATIVE New York Kevin Emrick
A SPARKLING REVIVAL OF DAVID WILLIAMSON’S FINEST COMEDY Fade in. Sydney in the 1980s. The Emerald City of Oz, luring unsuspecting idealists...
Published on Feb 4, 2020
A SPARKLING REVIVAL OF DAVID WILLIAMSON’S FINEST COMEDY Fade in. Sydney in the 1980s. The Emerald City of Oz, luring unsuspecting idealists...