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Contents: Departments 2 Comment 3 Quotes and Queries 8 Letters 9 Whispers, Rumours and Facts 50 Guide: Theatre, Opera, Dance Spotlight 5 Hayes Gordon — from Kate to Annie Sharen Flanagan 6 A Theatre Opened to the Future Senda Akihiko 7 Music Theatre in Melbourne 7 Theatre in Schools with Andrew Ross — Joan Ambrose Features 11 La Stupenda — Mastery or Myth? A personal assessment of opera’s superstar by Greg Curran 14 The Politics of Self Indulgence — Wal Cherry looks at the aims and uses of ‘political’ theatre 16 Mick Rodger — John Hindle on the life and work of Mick Rodger International 18 New York, New York — A1 Weiner, USA Playscript 33 Pandora 's Cross — Act I, Dorothy Hewett Dance 41 World Ballet Stars — William Shoubridge Opera 44 Opera from the capitals — David Gyger Theatre Reviews 21 VIC The Playboy of the Western World — Raymond Stanley Just Between Ourselves — Jack Flibberd Whittle Family Singers — Les Cartwright 23 NSW Crown Matrimonial and Hay Fever — Greg Curran As You Like It — Robert Page Catch Me If You Can — Anthony Barclay St. Mary's Kid and The Glass Menagerie — Greg Curran 28 QLD The Homecoming — Elizabeth Perkins The Father we loved on a beach by the sea — Richard Fotheringham Children's Theatre Survey — Don Batchelor 29 TAS Tasmania Survey — Karl Flubert 30 ACT Spring Awakening — Roger Pul vers 31 SA Cheap and Nasty — Michael Morely Peer Gynt — Katharine Brisbane 32 WA The Ghost Train — Collin O'Brien Film 46 Jimmie Blacksmith — Elizabeth Riddell 47 Newsfront — Elizabeth Riddell Records 48 Concertos and lieder’s last refuge — Roger Covell Books 49 Sixteen new Australasian plays — John McCallum 52 Thespia’s Crossword No.3
Theatre Publications Ltd., New Lambton Heights, 58p
Reproduced with permission of creator and editor Robert Page. Digitised from the collections of the University of Wollongong Library.
Page, Robert and Wagner, Lucy, (1978), Theatre Australia: Australia's magazine of the performing arts 3(2) September 1978, Theatre Publications Ltd., New Lambton Heights, 58p.