Sydney’s Ensemble Theatre has announced the latest Ensemble Conversations for people to stay connected to the theatre. This week you can hear Wesley Enoch (pictured). To celebrate National Reconciliation Week, Sydney Festival Artistic Director and director of Black Cockatoo Wesley Enoch AM joins Ensemble Conversations to mark this important week. As a proud Noonuccal Nuugi man, Wesley will chat about what reconciliation means to him and how theatre plays an important part in sharing these significant cultural stories. Led by Ensemble Theatre’s Artistic Director Mark Kilmurry, each week people can tune in on Facebook for Ensemble Theatre’s latest news and a glimpse behind the scenes. Ensemble Conversations features interviews with actors and creatives. Ensemble Ambassadors Georgie Parker, Todd McKenney, Kate Raison and Brian Meegan, writer Melanie Tait, director Priscilla Jackman, actors Ben Wood and Sharon Millerchip and Australian writer Joanna Murray-Smith and Director Kate Champion have been part of Ensemble’s series answering questions about the world of theatre and television. Stay connected and join our online conversation. #ensemblesydney To tune in to Ensemble Conversations with Wesley Enoch connect on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/ensembletheatre/videos/1349117185276964/
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Kate Champion and Joanna Murray-Smith
A Broadcast Coup
Georgie Parker Q&A
Kate Raison and Brian Meegan Ensemble Conversations is produced in partnership with Damn Good Productions.