Charlie Collopy-White

Charlie Collopy-White is a writer and actor from Melbourne, Australia, having completed a Bachelor of Creative Arts, majoring in Drama and Creative Writing at Deakin University. Performing on stage across Melbourne in independent shows, and in community theatre productions, he has spent the last three years writing plays focusing on everyday people with extraordinary moral dilemmas. Charlie has written poetry since the age of 16, with his main influences being Sylvia Plath, George Watsky, and T. S. Eliot. His biggest influence in playwriting is Harold Pinter.

HELL, NORWAY by Charlie Collopy-White

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