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Issue Details: First known date: 2011... 14 November 2011 of The Age est. 1854 The Age
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* Contents derived from the 2011 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Cricket Loses a Gifted All-Rounder, Greg Baum , single work obituary (p. 1-2)
Note: Portrait of Peter Roebuck.
In Print and On Air, a Gifted Painter of Play, Malcolm Knox , single work obituary (p. 9)
Note: Portraits of Peter Roebuck.
Read Your Theatre Subscription Brochures Carefully, They Contain Not Just Repertoire but Revolution, Julian Meyrick , single work column

' Over the past few weeks, like spawning salmon, theatres all over Australia have been launching their seasons for the year to come. In a barrage of brochures, back slapping, rodomontade and sparkling wine, proposed productions for 2012 have been put up for advanced sale.

Melbourne Theatre Company and the Malthouse, but also smaller companies such as La Mama, Red Stitch and Ilbijerri plan and market their work in this way. In an age of real-time communication and right-now delivery, why do theatres commit so far in advance? What is the meaning of this strange annual rite? ' Source: Julian Meyrick.

(p. 17)

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