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Issue Details: First known date: 2012 3 December 2012 of The Australian est. 1964
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Literary Works Not Sacred : Upton, Tim Douglas , 2012 single work column
'The 2012 annual Philip Parsons Memorial Lecture "The Resonating Space" delivered by Andrew Upton discusses how theatre must evolve with our culture and live in a contemporary context. "Theatre exists in the present," Upton emphasises. "While theatre has a profound history and ties to our shared culture, it's not a bookish history. It's more important to tell stories for today's audience than to be faithful to history. When adapting a script I choose language that speaks to our contemporary audience, but that resonates with the history of the play. Theatre is 'a monster that forgets' as Dion Boucicault wept. It is a resonating space that must be re-tuned by every generation and then played on human gut strings that link us all the way back to the caves."' Source: http://belvoir.com.au/ (Sighted 03/12/2012).
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Book Festival Tyrns the Page on Patronage, Verity Edwards , 2012 single work column (p. 3)
Note: Portrait of Laura Krotesch.
A Place of Here, Now and Destiny, Andrew Upton , 2012 extract prose (p. 15)
Purcell's Tour de Force in a Beautiful, Moving Tribute to a Hard Life Well Lived, John McCallum , 2012 single work review
— Review of Don't Take Your Love to Town Eamon Flack Leah Purcell 2012 single work drama ;
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