It would have been interesting to hear Barrie Kosky and Kip Williams talk about the theatre on Tuesday night. In the last 30 years Barrie Kosky has built up a reputation as a great theatrical innovator. The first glimpse of him in the Nineties at Melbourne university made you reach for the word wunderkind – not least because of his production of Don Giovanni with student singers.
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