CUE THE CHORUS

Contemporary responses to classic Australian plays

CUE THE CHORUS

Cue the Chorus is a series from Currency Press in association with the Copyright Agency Limited. It f eatures seventeen new critical responses to seventeen classic Australian plays.
The series is written by respected Australian playwrights offering insights and personal responses to the work of their peers.
New essays from: Jada Alberts, Van Badham, Hilary Bell, Angela Betzien, Wesley Enoch, John Harding, Tom Holloway, Finegan Kruckemeyer, Linda Jaivin, Andrea James, Noëlle Janaczewska, Kate Mulvany, Roslyn Oades, Hannie Rayson, Melissa Reeves, Stephen Sewell and Alana Valentine.
Plays discussed: Stories in the Dark by Debra Oswald, The Removalists by David Williamson,Away by Michael Gow, Shafana and Aunt Sarrinah by Alana Valentine, The Secret River  andSpeaking in Tongues by Andrew Bovell, No Sugar by Jack Davis, Do Not Go Gentle and Boy Overboard by Patricia Cornelius, Radiance  and Cosi by Louis Nowra, The Chapel Perilous by Dorothy Hewett, Blackrock by Nick Enright, Hotel Sorrento by Hannie Rayson, Neighborhood Watch by Lally Katz, Norm and Ahmed by Alex Buzo, and The Summer of the Seventeenth Dollby Ray Lawler.
Download all the titles in the series here.
They are free of charge and available in all digital file formats, so you can read them anywhere, anytime.

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