The 2013 Equity Guild Professional Theatre Award nominations have been announced and we are pleased to say that Black Swan received 16 nominations in total!
September 2012 saw our stalker thriller Boy Gets Girl receive great reviews during its two-week run at the State Theatre Centre of WA. Adam Mitchell directed a stellar cast and the set design by Fiona Bruce was impressive. Audiences loved it!
Black Swan's second live broadcast is fast approaching! David Williamson's Managing Carmen will be broadcast live on 30 November 2012 from the State Theatre Centre of WA in Perth to regional WA audiences over the Westlink channel.
In very exciting news, weve just learned that Yule Brook College and Black Swan have been granted $30,000 from the AIR Grants Program!
Timothy Dashwood is the lead actor in the upcoming Managing Carmen, playing Brent Lyall and his alter ego Carmen. Managing Carmen opened to great patron feedback in Queensland and we are definitely looking forward to the production coming to Perth! Timothy was nice enough to answer a few questions for us:
Two Recipients Awarded the Richard Burton Award for Playwriting
The cast of our upcoming production Managing Carmen is busy in Brisbane, as the Opening Night of the Queensland Theatre Company season is tonight! But Claire Lovering, who plays the psychologist Jessica, took some time out to answer a few questions for us:
Lisa McCready has been working for Black Swan, coordinating a number of projects which include all of our regional engagement projects that have been implemented in 2012. We asked Lisa about:
After the glowing success of Black Swan's live broadcast of A Midsummer Nights Dream in 2011, we bring you the live broadcast of David Williamsons Managing Carmen on Friday 30 November 2012 at 7.30pm. Managing Carmen is a brand-new comedy about fooball and fashion to be exact, about an AFL superstar who has a secret penchant for cross-dressing. To find out more about the play, click here.
Black Swan's new Intensive Workshops initiative for 2012 enabled us to send experienced theatre performers and educators to Karratha and Kalgoorlie to hold workshops for people of all ages and abilities.