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Issue Details: First known date: 2018... 2018 Is the Way Australia Funds the Arts a Recipe for Mediocrity?
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'In a rehearsal room here earlier this year, actors were doing a walk-through of the stage adaptation of “The 91-Story Treehouse,” a best-selling children’s book. In the magical world the play creates, two well-meaning, if haphazard, protagonists live in a multistory treehouse where they try to write a story, but keep getting distracted by villains.'  (Introduction)

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