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Communism, delusion and art – fascinating combinations

PAMELA RABE, one of three people handpicked to program next year’s MTC season. She also stars in a new production of ‘Grey Gardens‘, based on a true story of ‘how the mighty have fallen’ – also a fascinating look into self delusion. Pamela plays little Edie, and Nancye Hayes plays Edith Bouvier Beale, they were Jackie O’s Aunt and cousin, who used to be filthy rich and swanky and moved in the highest society. But they hit hard times and sank into delusion. The house became a junk full of feral cats and they became reclusives. ‘Grey Gardens’ opens on 25 November til 4 Dec, 12 performances only at the Arts Centre Playhouse.

Jon’s co-host Stuart Littlemore is a barrister, author and former Media Watch host, also speaking tonight (10 November) at the Wheeler Centre for Law Week, it’s a free event at 6.15pm (in the south wing of the State Library).

FRANK MOORHOUSE, prizewinning author. He started as a newspaper copy boy – now his mantlepiece includes a Miles Franklin, a Walkley, the Victorian Premier’s Literary Award and the National Award for Fiction. His new book ‘ Cold Light’ is the final volume of his epic trilogy (a companion to Grand Days and Dark Palace).

Stuart Littlemore, Frank Moorhouse, Pamela Rabe (Samantha Stayner - ABC Local Radio)Stuart Littlemore, Frank Moorhouse, Pamela Rabe (ABC Local Radio)



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