Top 5 Lyndhurst Adventures

With MORTIMER SPARKS opening in Lyndhurst, Hampshire on the 25th of June, I thought it was a great opportunity to share 5 of my favourite things to do in this historic English town. Hailed as 'The Capital Of The New Forest' Lyndhurst has often housed royalty in this part of the world, which William the Conquerer declared... Continue Reading →


WORLD PREMIERE! Facing East opens in Vancouver

FACING EAST the new musical based on the stirring play by Carol Lynn Pearson, with music and lyrics by David Rigano and book by Mark Eugene Garcia received it's world premiere season at the Jericho Arts Centre in Vancouver from April 23-May 14, 2016. This production comes after a number of developmental concerts and workshops,... Continue Reading →

5 Lesbians Eating A Quiche Returns To Brisbane

The Merry Widows of the Susan B Anthony Society for the Sisters of Gertrude Stein returned by popular demand to Brisbane from June 15-21, 2015 at the Brisbane Powerhouse. The explosive hit again received a great deal of praise from audience members and critics alike, especially for new Sisterhood members Ashlee Lollback as society newcomer... Continue Reading →

Children Of Eden Set Design

Earlier this year I was fortunate enough to receive a message from an old friend and colleague asking if I would be in Melbourne at any point in the middle of the year, and if I was still interested in doing set design work. Whilst I had no plans for being in Melbourne I was... Continue Reading →

Revisiting An Old Friend

This morning I embarked upon a project that's been flitting through my mind the past few weeks. At the end of last year I decided I wanted to utilise 2015 to focus more on theatre. I've already got off to a great start with the incredibly successful 5 Lesbians Eating A Quiche and there's a few... Continue Reading →

5 Lesbians Opens With A Bang!

The Australian Premiere of Evan Linder and Andrew Hobgood's '5 LESBIANS EATING A QUICHE' presented by Imprint Theatricals has opened the new queer arts and culture festival MELT! at Brisbane Powerhouse with audiences and critics alike rolling in the aisles. The play, which centres on a women's society trapped in a fall out shelter when... Continue Reading →

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