Playwriting Australia announces $370,000 for theatre recovery

When theatres do start to open there could be an absence of new scripts, so Playwriting Australia has announced funding to create new post-pandemic works including a focus on First Nations playwrights.

Playwriting Australia (PWA) has announced more than $370,000 in commissions and assistance that will go directly to playwrights and their collaborators.

Interim Executive Chair of PWA David Berthold explained the support – chanelled through a range of programs and projects – would provide foundational work for theatres when they re-open and audiences return.

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