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Past Productions/Readings

Here's a list of past productions of my work, as well as significant readings or developments.

December, 2018 "Dating Apps" by Katie Lee, starring Vanessa Crouch. Director of this piece for Madwomen Monologes by Baggage Productions at the Butterfly Club.

September, 2018 Never Ending Night by Keith Gow, Bridgette Burton and Amelia Newman. Directed by Renee Palmer. Dramaturgy by Keith Gow. Immersive theatre experience as part of Melbourne Fringe.

November, 2016 Sonnigsburg - Channel 31. Six-part supernatural drama. Originally aired on Channel 31 in November/December 2016.

Now available on YouTube.

Trailer:



March, 2016. Like A House on Fire - Bare Essentials, Encompass Productions - London. March 2016. Directed by Liam Fleming. Starring Rachel Nott

Rachel Nott as Penny in "Like a House on Fire", London

Dec 10-12, 2015. The Riverbank, Once More - Play Six, 10th Anniversary Season. Directed by Debra Low. Starring Anthony O'Connell and Ben Taylor



Sept 9, 2015. Who Are You Supposed to Be - Write Around the Murray festival. Opening night, one night only.

March 5-14, 2015. Who Are You Supposed to Be - Adelaide Fringe

Photo by Melissa Cadzow

December 11 to 13, 2014. The Riverbank Once More - PlaySix Festival.


Sept 23 to Oct 5, 2014 - Who Are You Supposed to Be? - Melbourne Fringe.

Starring Jennifer Lusk, Rob Lloyd.



June 20, 2014 - A Modern Superwoman - Playwrights Horizons, New York

Research reading, directed by Joy Kelly. Starring Christopher Michael Bauer, Clara F Pagone, Stephanie Regina, Laurie Strickland, Josh Tobin and Johanna Maria Rose.



November 10, 15 & 17, 2013 - Who Are You Supposed to Be? - Etcetera Theatre, Camden, London

Starring Cameron K McEwan, Jennifer Lusk. Directed by Emrys Matthews.


November 15 & 16, 2013 - Eight Minutes - Short & Sweet Townsville.

Directed by Kate Saunders.


September 26- 28, 2013 - About Time - Melbourne Fringe Festival.

Directed by Don Bridges.


August 14 to 26, 2013 - Who Are You Supposed to Be? - Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

Starring Cameron K McEwan, Jennifer Lusk. Directed by Emrys Matthews.




August 10, 2013 -  Lady M - as part of "Shakespeare - An Indulgence" at the MUST Container Festival with Trelawney Edgar



August 4, 2013 - A Modern Superwoman - workshop/reading by Five.Point.One in Adelaide, as part of their Reading Sessions.

Directed by Tiffany Knight. Starring Sophie Bruhn, Claire Glenn, Matt Gregan, Roger Newcombe, Caitlin McCreanor




May 26, 2013 Who Are You Supposed To Be? - reading

Development reading before Edinburgh Fringe. The Owl & the Pussycat.
With Ben McKenzie & Petra Elliott. And Patrick Hill.



Mar 10, 2013 A Modern Superwoman - reading

Cold Reading Series. The Owl & the Pussycat.



Feb 16 - Feb 18, 2013 Poems a Dead Boy Wrote

Directed by Florence Kermet. Starring Elizabeth Slattery, Amanda Jermyn, Lachlan Galbraith. Short & Sweet Sydney, 2013




Feb 10, 2013 Like a House on Fire

Directed by Nicolas Thornton. University of Western Michigan's Directors' Festival.



Nov 28 - Dec 1, 2012 Eight Minutes

Directed by Clara Pagone. Starring Sean Scanlon and Anna Burgess. Short & Sweet Melbourne, 2012

Photo by 3 Fates Media

Aug 10, 2012 - Painting with Words & Fire

A one-night only research reading at Primary Stages in New York. Directed by Robert Gonyo. Starring Laura Iris Hill, Hannah Finn and Rebecca Burton



Feb 28-Mar 3, 2012 - Richard Di Gregorio: On Time, Directed by Chris Broadstock. The Metropolitan Hotel, Adelaide.

"worth a moment of your time to see how he does it." - The Adelaide Advertiser

"clever and very funny" - Ripitup.com.au


Feb 15-25, 2012 - Painting with Words and Fire

Developed with and starring Christine Husband, Renee Palmer, Adrienne Sloan. Presented by The Wooden Leg at Revolt Art Space, Kensington.

"up close and personal... confronting, but thrilling... a moving narrative by writer Keith Gow." - Stage Whispers

"a rich and absorbing piece of theatre... deftly directed, superbly acted..." - Vera Poh, ToDadWithLove

Photo by Christine Husband

Jan 25-29, 2012 - Like a House on Fire Directed by David Attrill. Starring Erin McMullen as Penny
Newtown Theatre. Short & Sweet Sydney 2012.

‘Like a House on Fire’, an engaging monologue performed confidently by Erin McMullen
- Jane Simmons

Erin McMullen as Penny
(c) 2012, Kerry Fluhr

Nov 2-10, 2011 - Poems a Dead Boy WroteShort & Sweet Melbourne 2011. Chapel Off Chapel.
Directed by Flora Georgiou. Starring Nicole Bilson.

Nicole Bilson as Jane in Poems a Dead Boy Wrote
Image by Andre Stefan White

Sept 23-Oct 2, 2011 - Richard Di Gregorio: On Time, Melbourne Fringe Festival.
Written by Keith Gow. Directed by Chris Broadstock. Produced by Ephiny Gale. Starring Richard Di Gregorio.

Another Verse of My Life from
"Richard Di Gregorio: On Time"


Sept 7-11, 2011 - The Wooden Leg... Three Plays
Sibling Loyalty starring Brad Williams, Donna Pope. Directed by Paul Knox
You Will Be Kissed By Princess Leia starring Paul Knox, Tom Carmody. Directed by Christine Husband

In rehearsal for
"You Will Be Kissed By Princess Leia"

Jan/Feb/Mar 2011 - The New Normal, serial reading of full-length play, Cold Readings Series (Felix Bar, St Kilda)

Photo by Mira Pankey

Nov 2010 - The Fidelity Act, 10 minute play, Short & Sweet Melbourne. Gala Finalist. Director: Ephiny Gale. Starring Richard Di Gregorio, Nick Brien, Emma Kenyon.

Photo by Gareth Hart


Nov 2010 - About Time..., 10 minute play, 48 Hour Play Challenge. Melbourne Theatre Collective. Director: Ephiny Gale. Starring Charity Shaw, Maria Coviello.

Feb 2010 - It's Not the End of the World, 10 minute play, Crash Test Drama Finals. Runner-up.

August 2008 - everything. First time for..., 10 minute play, Short & Sweet Malasyia. Director: Az'farr Baginda. Starring Iedil Putra, Hanah Mazlan, Adrian Lim, Shirin Jauhair

Photo by Az'farr Baginda


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