In this week's Time Off Magazine review of Brontë, Brendan Lindsay wrote, "Lighting designer Jason Glenwright - well, I for one can't think of the theatre ever being so well lit".
I'd like to introduce Jason Glenwright, our lighting designer. Words don't really do justice to the creativity, passion, and genuine talent that Jason has brought to the lighting of Brontë. We are very blessed to have him.<
Brontë opened on Wednesday night to a full house. There was a great buzz in the audience after the show, and cast and crew were much relieved to be finally underway. The party went on way into the night...
With only one week left until opening, Hannah Levien, who plays Charlotte, talks about the challenge of playing this legendary woman...
Meet Catarina Hebbard: our Brontë assistant director.
Cat won't tell you this - but she is one of the most amazing people you are ever likely to meet, and Brontë has been blessed for her being on board. She's a great cook too!
Name three Brontë novels...Jane Eyre....Wuthering Heights...yes? Something that Anne wrote? Anne, you say, who's Anne?
You know Anne, the youngest Brontë, author of two novels, passionate feminist, spinster, and generally nice girl. What novels?
Meet the wonderful Kitty Taube. Our set designer.
Five things you may not know about Emily Brontë:
The Australian Premiere of Brontë, written by Polly Teale, and presented by ThreeSisters Productions and Metro Arts Independents, opens on September 10 of this year. Four weeks. Things are heating up.