Stephan Elliott i(8 works by)
Born: Established: 1964 Sydney, New South Wales, ;
Gender: Male
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BiographyHistory

Elliott directed and adapted, with Sheridan Jobbins (q.v.), the screenplay for the British film Easy Virture (2008) based on the play by British writer Noel Coward.

Awards for Works

Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, The Musical , 2006 single work musical theatre humour satire
2010 nominated International Awards Olivier Awards Best New Musical
2010 winner International Awards WhatsonStage.com Awards Best New Musical
2008 winner Sydney Theatre Awards Best Musical Nominated for the 2008 Black Row Productions production.
2007 nominated Helpmann Awards for Performing Arts in Australia Best New Australian Work Nominated for the 2006 Back Row Productions production.
2007 nominated Helpmann Awards for Performing Arts in Australia Best Musical Nominated for the 2006 Back Row Productions production.
Easy Virtue , 2009 single work film/TV
2009 nominated AWGIE Awards Film Award Feature Film Adaptation
The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert , 1994 single work film/TV humour satire 'Tick' Belrose, a Sydney drag queen, accepts his ex-wife's invitation to bring his stage show to the outback. Felicia, a younger drag queen, and the grieving Bernadette. They set out for Alice Springs in a second-hand bus that they name 'Priscilla, Queen of the Desert'. the journey takes them to Broken Hill, Coober Pedy and are rescued by an open-minded mechanic when Priscilla breaks down in the desert. In Alice Springs, Tick meets the young son he barely knows and the three climb Kings Canyon together in full drag, before making their debut at the Alice Springs casino.
1995 nominated International Awards British Academy of Film and Television Arts Awards Best Screenplay - Original
1995 nominated International Awards Writers Guild of America Award Best Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen
1994 nominated Australian Film Institute Awards Best Original Screenplay