Sunday, March 4, 2012

Outdoor Theatre: The Joys and Perils

Wondering whether to cancel your planned barbecue tonight? 
Spare a thought for Glenn Elston, for whom theatre productions over the past 25 years have included recalcitrant possums, a cast member falling into a lake, and many cancellations.
Since presenting The Wind in the Willows in Melbourne’s Royal Botanic Gardens in 1987, the founder of the Australian Shakespeare Company has carved out a reputation as this country’s outdoor theatre specialist, where the natural surrounds become the set. Continue reading

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