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Three Plays – The Eisteddfod, The Black Swan of Trespass, Smashed

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The Eisteddfod | The Black Swan of Trespass | Smashed

"Light moves as time away from us. But if we move with time, faster than light, then we can always catch up with the past. It just depends on how far away we’re willing to go. How deep into outer space we aren’t afraid to travel"

Through the disco-inspired joy of Smashed, to the dark comic absurdity of The Black Swan of Trespass and the unsettling suburban surrealism of The Eisteddfod, Lally Katz has firmly established herself as one of the most intoxicating and unique voices in Australian contemporary theatre.

Winner of multiple Green Room Awards as well as the coveted Producer’s Award at the New York Fringe, Katz’s plays represent a generational leap in Australian playwriting. Never before available in printed form, this collection brings together three ground-breaking works from a writer who continues to transport and exhilarate audiences brave enough to enter her universe.

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VIDEO: Playwrights talk about finding their unique style and methodology, and the personal experiences that inspire their work. Raimondo Cortese, Hannie Rayson, Lally Katz and Jenny Kemp discuss the dramas of drama with Dr Denise Varney. Recorded at the Wheeler Centre in September 2011.

REVIEW: WORTH THE WAIT TO SEE THIS DELICATE PRODUCTION

JASON BLAKE, SYDNEY MORNING HERALD, 14 SEPTEMBER 2011

"Lally Katz's absorbing short play - just 45 minutes long - was first staged in Melbourne in 2005. It has taken six years for it to make its way up the Hume, though it has been worth the wait to see it presented with its original cast, Suzannah McDonald and Katherine Tonkin."

AUDIO: THE PROCESS PODCAST

THE PROCESS, 12 JULY 2011

Lally Katz speaks to The Process as one of a series of interviews with leading Australian based artists working in the performing arts about their creative process.

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