Category Archives: Design

  1. Matron, Manifested

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    March 25, 2014 by wandalusst

    L – R: Nursie-Nurse (Caroline Lee) cowers, as Matron Rosemma Gascoyne (Wilhelmina Stracke) completes her Dance of the Seven Hospital …
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  2. Plot complications (and bad puns)


    March 19, 2014 by wandalusst

    L – R: The Architect (Peta Murray) looks on as The Lady Typist, Mannie McKenzie (Tracy Bourne) tries to defend …
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  3. Later, in the Sanitarium


    March 17, 2014 by wandalusst

    L – R: Architect, Peta Murray, in sash and head torch, watches Verity (Marg Dobson) and Orlando (Wil Stracke) in …
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  4. Congratulations, Rachel Burke!


    February 18, 2014 by wandalusst

    ¬†TTFO is proud to announce that our illustrious lighting designer, Rachel Burke, was nominated for Best Lighting Design in this …
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  5. From the pen of guest blogger, lighting designer, Rachel Burke


    November 22, 2012 by wandalusst

    “Instead we have unravellings and loose ends. For that is what life is….” Peta Murray- Things That Fall Over Cabinets, …
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  6. From the pen of guest blogger, set designer and fx-wiz Jane Murphy


    November 20, 2012 by wandalusst

    By what happy stroke of luck have I managed to land in this room, bursting with talent and passion? Unfortunately, …
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  7. Yay, verily, yay!


    October 16, 2012 by wandalusst

    If this gorgeous image (by Prue Carr, photographer) makes it to the blogsite, then contributors to our Creative Development website …
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  8. Launched!


    October 11, 2012 by wandalusst

    Thank you to the State Library of Victoria and to The Victorian Women’s Trust for seeing us launched recently in …
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The ADVENTURES of Mannie McKenzie

Follow Mannie on her crafty ADVENTURE

Songs for the Struggling Artist

An artist wrestling with the artist stuff


TTFO, Things That Fall Over, concerning the creative development of an (anti-) musical of a novel inside a reading of a play, with footnotes, and oratorio-as-coda.