I’m a first-year university student aspiring to be a writer, playwright & novelist. Since March 2016 I began gaining experience in Theatre Production through Nexus Theatre's Training Program. I'm now a regular contributor at METIOR magazine, writing about culture and reviewing Theatre productions at Murdoch University. One of my short stories was published in METIOR Magazine at Murdoch University in February.
I am planning my submission schedule once semester one exams are over. (after June 16th) I'll be experimenting with form, genre and themes in the coming months. I'm looking for opportunities in performance writing and hopefully increasing my confidence in writing scripts.
The play was about friends and being challenged by life but still supporting each other. It was very funny, but near the end it was touching and somewhat sombre. It’s worth watching as people might find that it can be quite cathartic.
This production of Frankenstein retains the potent horror and mystery of Mary Shelley’s novel. With a creative production team and a skilled cast of 21 people collaborating,, the production was remarkable. It was both shocking and delightfully gruesome, yet not overly violent.