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Joyce Morgan discusses the debate concerning the low representation of works by women playwrights among the programs offered by Australian theatre companies. Morgan quotes several people involved with the production of Australian drama including Suzie Miller, Chris Mead, Sam Strong, Lally Katz and Catherine Zimdahl. She also notes the position of the Australia Council in relation to the funding of Australian theatre companies.
Joyce Morgan reports on the renewed debate concerning the low representation of works by women playwrights among the programs offered by Sydney theatre companies. Playwright Susie Miller is reported as favouring a quota system to redress the imbalance while Tom Wright opposes such a move.
Untitledi"I looked inside my heart and saw a ship",Michael Leunig,
2001single work poetry
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