THE BAULKHAM HILLS AFRICAN LADIES TROUPE – interview with Ros Horin

by GREG KING The Baulkham Hills African Ladies Troupe is a moving documentary following theatre director Ros Horin as she sets out to stage a theatre piece drawing upon the experiences of four refugees from war torn countries in Africa. As they relive their stories of rape and violence through the dynamics of the stage, they also find catharsis and empowerment. Horin spent several years on the project, and she speaks to Greg about the women and their stories and their courage. http://www.mediafire.com/file/3mnl04xfzql33r4/210919_004.MP3   Continue reading

RUBEN GUTHRIE

Reviewed by GREG KING Director: Brendan Cowell Stars: Patrick Brammall, Abbey Lee, Alex Dimitriades, Robyn Nevin, Jack Thompson, Jeremy Sims, Harriet Dyer, Brenton Thwaites. Brendan Cowell is a likeable enough character and is a familiar face through his work on stage, on television with appearances in Love Your Way, and through his film work. He has written and starred in films like the WWI drama Beneath Hill 60 and the cricket comedy Save Your Legs, and starred in Matthew Saville's drama Noise, for which his performance won an Australian Film Critics Award. Cowell Continue reading