Award-winning Australian actor Pamela Rabe embodies five of Shakespeare’s most powerful women in Melody Eötvös’ Ruler of the Hive.
Before the performances tonight and Saturday at Hamer Hall, and Friday night in Geelong, here is your exclusive sneak peek, with Pamela reciting Emilia’s soliloquy from Othello.
Tickets still available here: https://bit.ly/3arXL3p
Come on a journey of words and music as we explore Australian composer Melody Eötvös’ work Ruler of the Hive and examine Shakespeare’s relationship with women. Featuring portrayals of Shakespeare’s greatest characters by award-winning actor Pamela Rabe as well as excerpts from Ruler of the Hive, conversation host Mairi Nicolson will speak to Eötvös, Rabe and conductor Johannes Fritzsch about this powerful work, investigating Eötvös’ writing and collaboration process, as well as Shakespeare’s ongoing influence on composers throughout history. Ears Wide Open is MSO’s talks and ideas program celebrating our music and artists through informative presentations, conversations, behind the scenes demonstrations and participatory workshops. _ Ears Wide Open is proudly presented by TarraWarra Estate The Ears Wide Open program is supported by City of Melbourne. This event is supported by Creative Victoria.
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At this gala event at Sydney Town Hall, some of the nation’s most accomplished actors like Pamela Rabe, Toby Schmitz and Michala Banas bring their talents to bear, reading electrifying poems that hold special meaning to them. Illuminating the beauty and force of poetry, each performer reads a piece they have chosen on the Festival theme, Within Reach. Exploring memory, the current moment and what lies ahead, they show how the power of prose can transcend the boundaries and borders that separate us.
The Space Between Words
When: May 1st 2021 | Sydney Town Hall
Tickets are available here: swf.org.au
David Oulton’s Talk Show ‘Face to Face with David’ Acquired by OUTtv to start airing in April.
Canadian talk show host David Oulton is pleased to announce that his talk show Face to Face with David has been acquired by OUTtv, Canada’s only and the world’s first LGBTQ+ network, to air in prime time in April.
Face to Face with David strikes an entertaining balance between educational and informative interviews with a nice mix of household names, established Hollywood talent, local artists and business people. The TV show will air in Canada, the US, UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa beginning in April. OUTtv has picked up the first two seasons and has renewed the show for a third season. Face to Face with David will air on OUTtv in a nightly prime time spot, as well as streaming on OUTtvGo, Amazon Prime Video, Froot TV, Showmax and more.
Notable guests from the first two seasons include Vanessa Williams, Carson Kressley, Perez Hilton, Corbin Bernsen, Ali Landry, Melissa Rivers, Pamela Rabe, Caroline Stanbury, Natasha Henstridge, Debra DiGiovanni, Amanda Tapping and many others. The production team has accomplished so much with major credit going to the creative force behind the camera Luis Gonzalez, director Candace Schmidt and producer Rae Farrer.
OUTtv is Canada’s only, and the world’s first, LGBTQ+ network. The first two seasons aired on Amazon Prime with amazing ratings and have given the show a track record to get interest for future episodes. The response from A-List Celebrities and the support from the entertainment industry has been very positive.
I’ve added an interview with Pamela Rabe, Ruth Cracknell and Pippa Williamson from The Age (August 1995) about Three Tall Women to the interview section.
Three tall women discuss acting, memories and the pointlessness of critics.
Three women are having a natter around a restaurant table. Death is on the agenda. Ruth Cracknell, Pamela Rabe and Pippa Williamson are discussing the recent death of Williamson’s cat. The conversation moves to a dying man’s final words, cremation and fear of death. It’s a way for us break the ice…
Click here to read the full interview: https://pamela-rabe.com/pamela-rabe-three-chatty-women-with-style