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'Australian theatre now has all the tools in place to move on but it is stuck in the last century. Many of the old restrictions and divisions have been broken down, the talent and new techniques are in place, but its not on the road yet. Is part of the problem the audience?' Source: (Sighted 30/11/2010).


  • This is an edited version of the 2010 Philip Parsons Memorial Lecture, 'Putting It Back Together and Getting It on the Road : Australian Theatre in the 21st Century' presented on Sunday 28 November at Belvoir St Theatre.

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    y separately published work icon The Australian 29 November 2010 Z1746121 2010 newspaper issue 2010 pg. 20
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