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Dumbo Feather Conversations: Marion Potts

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September 11, 2012
6:00 pmto8:00 pm

Marion Potts, Malthouse Theatre Artistic Director and all-round creative superstar, will join Dumbo Feather magazine editor Berry Liberman for the fourth installment of Dumbo Feather Conversations.

Having also worked for prestigious names as The Bell Shakespeare Company, Sydney Theatre Company and Melbourne Theatre Company, Potts not only has the authority but also the flair to talk about her own artistic practice, as well as the future of the arts scene in Australia.

“She’s a wonderful artist and person. A deep thinker, a humanist and through a lightness of touch, creates a playfulness in theatre that is rare and joyous,” says Berry.

Tickets are $25 plus booking fee.

WHEN: Tuesday 11 September, 6:00pm-8:00pm
WHERE: Dumbo Feather HQ, 11 Princes Street, St Kilda
WEB: marionpotts.eventbrite.com.au


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