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by Julian Meyrick

  • ISBN: 0868196517
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  • Author: Julian Meyrick
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Currency Pr (October 1, 2001)
  • Pages: 320 pages
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Analyses: the theatre's repertoire and the ethos which informed it; the public face of the Nimrod company and the tensions behind the scenes; the changing role of government subvention over the period; why the theatre became overburdened by its own administration; and, th. .

Analyses: the theatre's repertoire and the ethos which informed it; the public face of the Nimrod company and the tensions behind the scenes; the changing role of government subvention over the period; why the theatre became overburdened by its own administration; and, the company's revenue and expenditure profile.

This book tells the story of Nimrod from its genesis as a small company full of ideas and energy to its third bankruptcy in 1985 and the departure of its longest-serving director John Bell. In exploring how Nimrod became Sydney's hippest theatre company and why it then collapsed, See How It Runs has fascinating implications for contemporary Australian theatre" - BOOK JACKET.

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099441 21. Personal Name: Meyrick, Julian. Publication, Distribution, et. Strawberry Hills, . Includes bibliographical references (p. -300) and index. Corporate Name: Nimrod Theatre Company History. Currency Press, (c)2002. by compiled by Michael Harrington. ISBN: 0644253924 Author: Harrington, Michael, 1950- Publication & Distribution: Canberra.

The Nimrod Theatre Company, commonly known as The Nimrod, was an Australian theatre . Sydney : Currency Press.

The Nimrod Theatre Company, commonly known as The Nimrod, was an Australian theatre company based in Sydney. It was founded by in 1970 by Australian actor John Bell, Richard Wherrett and Ken Horler, and gained a reputation for producing more "good new Australian drama" from 1970 to 1985 than any other Australian theatre company. Originally located in Nimrod Street, Kings Cross, the building is now home to Griffin Theatre Company. The history of the company was documented by Julian Meyrick in a book adapted from his PhD thesis.

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The Nimrod Theatre Company, in Nimrod Street, Kings Cross, Sydney . Julian Meyrick (2002).

The Nimrod Theatre Company, in Nimrod Street, Kings Cross, Sydney, Australia, was founded by in 1970 by John Bell, Richard Wherrett and Ken Horler, and gained a reputation for producing more good new Australian drama from 1970 to 1985 than an. The history of the company was written up by Julian Meyrick in a book adapted from his PhD thesis. Richard Wherrett (2000). The floor of heaven : my life in theatre. Sydney : Hodder Headline.

When it burst onto the Sydney theatre scene in 1970, Nimrod was the place to be. As author Julian Meyrick observes, it had lan, pace and style. Its language was blue (on and off stage), its personnel young and good-looking, and it vibrated colour and energy. It was upbeat. It was hot. For the rest of the decade, Nimrod continued to be in the right place at the right time. It moved to a bigger building in 1974 and its output, its structure and even its funding seemed set to grow forever. This book tells the story of Nimrod from its genesis as a small company full of ideas and energy to its third bankruptcy in 1985 and the departure of its longest-serving director, John Bell.

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