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Ingle Knight Ingle Knight i(A15425 works by)
Gender: Male
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Knight has written over twenty plays, musicals and films, some of which have remained unpublished. He has also lectured in scriptwriting at Murdoch University. He has performed in over fifty professional theatre productions, including The Emperor's New Clothes. Television appearances have included roles in Sons and Daughters, Neighbours and Prisoner. His play, The Getaway Bus, was produced by the Perth Theatre Company in 2001, and has made a national tour.


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Awards for Works

The Fremantle Candidate 2012 single work drama '"The Fremantle Candidate' tells a previously untold story of the toughest battle in the life of one of Australia's greatest Prime Ministers. Witness backroom wheeling and dealing in this engrossing political thriller as John Curtin fights Labor Party hacks and personal demons to reclaim his ideals and secure his future. Set against the background of what seemed like the imminent collapse of the entire global economic system, "The Fremantle Candidate" is a witty and heart-warming story of a man rising from the ashes to start again.' Source: (Sighted 27/07/2012).
2012 winner Western Australian Premier's Book Awards Scripts
Taking Liberty 2008 single work drama

'On September 23 1983, Australia II, skippered by John Bertrand, finally ended the USA's 132 year domination of the America's Cup, breaking the longest winning-streak in sporting history, in a competition that pre-dates the modern Olympics.

Relive the euphoria - the tale of Australia's triumph and victory that placed the country on the sailing and sporting world map. Join the boys from Down Under in their quest for the highly desired "holy grail" of sport. "Any boss who sacks a worker for not turning up today is a bum." The Hon. Robert J Hawke MP (Australian Prime Minister 1983 -1991)

This work specially commissioned for the 25th anniversary brings together eight of WA's finest actors and will be a true celebration of West Australian cunning, ingenuity and spirit.' Source: (Sighted 28/07/2008).

2009 winner Performing Arts WA Awards

Known archival holdings

University of Queensland (Qld)
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