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Christopher Bryant

Artist, Writer

Christopher Bryant is an award-winning playwright, author, and performer. He has studied at NIDA (Master of Fine Arts (Writing for Performance), 2014/15), and worked with a range of companies including Gob Squad, fortyfivedownstairs, Malthouse Theatre, the State Library of Victoria, ATYP, La Mama, and MKA.

As a playwright he’s been shortlisted for the Griffin Award (Home Invasion, 2015), Belvoir St Theatre’s Phillip Parsons Fellowship (The Mutant Man, 2014), and the Arch and Bruce Brown Playwriting Competition (The Mutant Man, 2015). Recent work includes his “talented and thoughtful” play Intoxication (Myron My, 2016), which he also performed in, and his “dark, expressionistic thriller” The Mutant Man (British Theatre Guide, 2017).

Intoxication won the Queer Development and Mentorship Award at the 2017 Melbourne Fringe, and toured Australia in 2017 & 18. He’s had scripts published through Playlab and Australian Plays, and he was the inaugural recipient of the Russell Beedles Performing Arts Fellowship at the State Library of Victoria (2015).

As an author he’s been shortlisted for the Scribe Nonfiction Prize (2017) and the Frankie Magazine “Good Stuff” Award (2017). He has completed a Wheeler Centre Hot Desk Fellowship (2017), and is due to complete a residency at Bundanon Trust in 2018 to complete his narrative non-fiction collection, Accidents Happen.

Contact Details www.christopher-bryant.com/
Bondi Feast: Intoxication
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ArchivedBondi Pavilion, Bondi Beach, Sydney 17 - 18 Jul 2018

Bondi Feast: Intoxication

Being able to share his story helps lighten the load, says writer-performer Christopher Bryant of his Bondi Feast debut.

In the Arts Industry, It’s All About Mass Production says Playwright Christopher Bryant
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ArchivedOld 505 Theatre, Newtown, Sydney 21 Mar - 7 Apr 2018

In the Arts Industry, It’s All About Mass Production says Playwright Christopher Bryant

Playwright Christopher Bryant saw something of himself in the tragic real life tale of an American Idol hopeful obsessed with Paula Abdul.

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