Bille Brown, a truly original titan of the theatre

Matthew Westwood, The Australian, 15 January 2013

"BILLE Brown could at times be the grandest of theatre hams, infatuated with the stage and with being on it. But the histrionics and capital-A acting were underscored with layers of humanity, humility and pathos."

QPAC School of Arts Exhibition handout (PDF)


PDF download: QPAC School of Arts Exhibition Making the Play handout.

Interview: Bille Brown

Steve Dow, Sydney Morning Herald, 9 June 2012

"In April, Bille Brown commanded the stage in Melbourne while inhabiting Bruscon, a clapped-out theatre maker and bully who, in the Malthouse Theatre production of The Histrionic, brutalises his wife and children."

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