The Blue Room Theatre and Black Swan State Theatre Company are proud to present Good Play Club, an initiative that invites the theatre makers of Perth to come together and stand on the shoulders of giants.
Each month a different play from the canon of great theatrical works will be read at an informal gathering, followed by a guided conversation led by Black Swan Associate Director Jeffrey Jay Fowler and an invited guest artist. We seek to foster conversation among the artists of Perth about the origins of our art form, and how it has led to contemporary practice.
Places are limited for this free monthly event, so RSVP is essential. This is your chance to engage intellectually with other artists and to see how the theatre being staged in Perth today fits its historical context.
The first session of 2017 will be held at 6pm on Tuesday 14 March, with Clare Watson (Artistic Director; Black Swan State Theatre Company) joining Jeffrey Jay Fowler as the guest artist to discuss Ray Lawler’s Summer of the Seventeenth Doll. Unfortunately this session has reached capacity – to join the waitlist please fill in the form below.
Time: 6pm. We don’t expect the session to run for longer than three hours.
Date: Tuesday 14 March 2017
Where: The Blue Room Theatre
How: RSVP is essential via the form below. Please note, this session is now full. Fill in the form to join the waitlist.
Who: For emerging and professional theatre-makers and playwrights.
Can’t make it to the next Good Play Club, but want to be kept in the loop about future sessions? Email harriet[at]blueroom.org.au to be added to the mailing list.
Image by Daniel James Grant.