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Title: Nick Enright: (22 December 1950 - 30 March 2003)
Contributor(s): Pender, Anne  (author)orcid 
Publication Date: 2006
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Abstract: Nick Enright was one of Australia's most significant and most successful playwrights. AS a writer, director, actor, and teacher, Enright influenced theater in Australia for more than twenty-five years. He wrote more than fifty plays (for theater, television, and radio), translated and adapted plays, and taught acting to students in varied settings both in Australia and in the United States. Enright's repertoire included comedy, social realism, farce, fantasy, and the musical. Moreover, he was a passionate advocate for the actor and the theater in contemporary society.
Publication Type: Entry In Reference Work
Source of Publication: Australian Writers 1975-2000 - Dictionary of Literary Biography, v.325, p. 82-87
Publisher: Thomson Gale
Place of Publication: Detroit, USA
ISBN: 9780787681432
Field of Research (FOR): 190406 Music Composition
HERDC Category Description: B1 Chapter in a Scholarly Book
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