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Timothy Daly Timothy Daly i(A18391 works by) (a.k.a. Tim Daly)
Born: Established: 1954 Sydney, New South Wales, ;
Gender: Male
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Most Referenced Works

Personal Awards

2012 recipient Australia Council Grants, Awards and Fellowships Six month residency at the Keesing studio, Paris, 2 August 2013 - 27 January 2014
2008 recipient Australia Council Grants, Awards and Fellowships Fellowship

Awards for Works

The Man in the Attic 2007 single work drama
2007 joint winner Patrick White Playwrights' Award Joint winner with Angus Cerini's Wretch.
y separately published work icon The Private Visions of Gottfried Kellner 1999 Hobart : Australian Script Centre , 2000 Z1810175 1999 single work drama 'Bank manager Jack Kellner, is haunted by visions, the meaning of which he cannot fathom. A chance meeting with the descendant of a Holocaust survivor proves fatal when she immolates herself in front of him. He is later visited by the dead woman's sister, who enlists Jack's help to recover their grandfather's stolen bank accounts, confiscated by the Nazis in World War Two. In their crusade for justice Jack and his wife Kym are drawn into a 'conspiracy of good', but must confront a world of danger and corruption, and face the inevitable compromises of ethical action. The story, told in flashbacks, is framed by a series of chilling scenes in which Kym is interrogated by Swiss bank hit-man Raiven.

'Part political thriller, part social satire, "The Private Visions of Gottfried Kellner" asks what the power of personal idealism is in the face of international corporate banking and the atrocities of the past.'

Source: AustralianPlays website,
Sighted: 27/09/2011
2000 winner AWGIE Awards Stage Award
y separately published work icon Kafka Dances Paddington : Currency Press , 1994 Z295284 1994 single work drama biography
1994 winner Sydney Theatre Critics' Circle Award Best New Australian Play

Known archival holdings

University of Queensland University of Queensland Library (QLD)
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