Author

LACHLAN PHILPOTT

Lachlan Philpott

Lachlan has created an extensive body of texts that provoke people to listen and challenge the perspectives through which we see and remember. He writes to bear witness to the small details, big questions, contradictions and vanishing integrities so common in these times. His plays for young audiences have been widely performed and awarded. He has also collaborated with Dr Alyson Campbell for over 20 years under the banner wreckedALLprods in work documenting the evolving lives of his queer family. Lachlan initiated Australian Theatre for Young People’s Emerging Writers’ Program and his teaching and mentorship have nurtured many young writers in theatre companies, schools and universities in Australia and internationally. He was Artistic Director/ CEO of Playwriting Australia and Tantrum. He has been in residence at La Comedie Francaise, Kansas State University, The American Conservatory Theatre, Griffin, The Playwrights Foundation, Red Stitch and The Traverse. Chair of the AWG playwrights committee (2012-2015), Lachlan was the inaugural Australian Professional Playwright Fulbright Scholar.

Lachlan's plays are also available through Bloomsbury.

Read Lachlan's State of Play,WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT PATSY here.

BISON by Lachlan Philpott
COLDER by Lachlan Philpott
DUE MONDAY by Lachlan Philpott
SILENT DISCO by Lachlan Philpott
BISON by Lachlan Philpott
COLDER by Lachlan Philpott
BUSTOWN by Lachlan Philpott
SILENT DISCO by Lachlan Philpott
M. ROCK by Lachlan Philpott
TRUCK STOP by Lachlan Philpott
THE CHOSEN by Lachlan Philpott
THE TROUBLE WITH HARRY by Lachlan Philpott
BUSTOWN by Lachlan Philpott
BUSTOWN - DIGITAL SCRIPT by Lachlan Philpott
MICHAEL SWORDFISH by Lachlan Philpott
LAKE DISAPPOINTMENT by Lachlan Philpott
THE PINEAPPLE WAR by Lachlan Philpott
CATAPULT by Lachlan Philpott
LOST BOYS by Lachlan Philpott
PROMISCUOUS/CITIES by Lachlan Philpott

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