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Rapid Reads

A quick 'n' dirty showcase of the newest work from Australia's hottest emerging playwrights.

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Category: Festival
Company: Old 505 Theatre
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Rapid Reads

Date: 11 Apr 2018

Produced by Apocalypse Theatre Company and Jordan Shea, Rapid Reads returns to the Old 505.

The festival showcases the newest work from Australia’s emerging playwrights, all of whom are paired with and mentored by some the country’s best established writers.

Writers included in this year’s line-up include Georgie Adamson, Antoinette Barbouttis and Tom Christopherson, Jules Orcullo, Michael Kennedy, Xavier Coy and Tabitha Woo.

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