Tag Archives: Sara Hardy

  1. hi-tech ttfo


    November 17, 2012 by murgatroydwashtub

    Oops! No Show Choons This Time, Folks! Which isn’t a bad thing! I guarantee music, singing and drag in an …
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  2. Show Hits Three!


    November 12, 2012 by murgatroydwashtub

    Creative Development Day 5: Thursday 1 November Is it that long ago we were pounding the boards of the Bluestone …
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  3. From the pen of guest blogger, performer Sara Hardy

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    November 10, 2012 by wandalusst

    Well I was still digesting the extraordinary days at the Bluestone Church when (after a horse race) we begin again …
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  4. There were four in the bed


    November 9, 2012 by wandalusst

    A digression. We are now in week two of our creative development process. It’s hard to believe things could continue …
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  5. Show and Tell # 1

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    November 7, 2012 by wandalusst

    In this, the first in a series of photos taken by Jane Murphy, we share pictures from our “open church” …
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  6. “And I dance! I dance like the wind!”


    November 2, 2012 by wandalusst

    In this series, Sara Hardy and Robin Laurie work at the one of the outposts of high art, at the …
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  7. Introducing Sara Hardy, Performer

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    October 25, 2012 by wandalusst

    Sara Hardy is an actor, playwright and biographer. Sara received her acting training at Dartington College of Arts, UK, in …
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  8. Ladies who Launch – 35


    October 23, 2012 by wandalusst

    Thirty-five moments from the TTFO Launch, presented in partnership by the State Library of Victoria, with the Victorian Women’s Trust. …
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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.