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Conductor, Actor

Email: i***@***.au
Melbourne Playback Theatre Company
P.O. Box 822
North Melbourne, Victoria 3051

Company Description: Melbourne Playback Theatre was formed in 1981, and is currently a resident company at Gasworks Theatre. Since its inception Melbourne Playback has performed in...   more

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  • Bachelor of Arts , Performance Studies
  • Diploma
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Ian David
Ian David Conductor, Actor
Ian joined Melbourne Playback Theatre Company in 1999 as an actor and began conducting shows in 2007. Ian's actor training began at the National Theatre Drama school when he was 11.
He had the opportunity to do some work with the ABC TV's Children's Drama serial "Home" during this time.
Ian holds a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Performance Studies (Victoria University). Ian is a student of Hilda Knottenbelt's Creative Voice.
Ian attended Christian Penny's & Bev Hosking's New Zealand Playback Theatre Summer School in 2007 & 2008.
Ian performs regularly with Dani Cresp at Explode, Melbourne's boutique improvisation event.
Over the past 3 years Ian has returned to his love of Puppets, and created 3 short pieces for various celebrations . He performed his puppet show Gitterella on Earth Hour 2008.
Ian works as a teacher for Chisholm Institute Department of Beauty Therapy and is a consultant for Clinique Laboratories.
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Ian David
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HOME / Latest News / Chris Lilley, Ian David, Denise Morgan and Currency Press Recognised for Contribution to Australian Performance Writing
Chris Lilley, Ian David, Denise Morgan and Currency Press Recognised for Contribution to Australian Performance Writing
This Friday at the 44th Annual AWGIE Awards in Sydney , The Australian Writers' Guild will honour Chris Lilley, Ian David, Denise Morgan and Currency Press for their unique and outstanding contributions to Australian performance writing.
The Richard Lane Award For Outstanding Service and Dedication to the Australian Writers' Guild will be presented to acclaimed screenwriter Ian David, in recognition of his decades of dedication to fellow writers and including serving as AWG President from 2000 to 2003. Part of his legacy is the formation of the Australian Writers' Guild Authorship Collecting Society, which has collected almost $5 million for its members in the last four years.
About Us | Currency House, 25 Mar 2013 [cached]
Ian David on dangers to Moral Rights
Watch here
IAN DAVID discusses new threats to the Moral Rights legislation introduced into Federal Parliament over a decade ago. Acclaimed screenwriter and Platform Paper author Ian David updates you on the latest developments.
Ian David – HLA Management Australia, 17 June 2012 [cached]
Ian David
Ian writes for both film and television. He graduated from the Australian Film Television and Radio School in 1984.
He writes for both film and television.
Ian won AFI Awards in 1989 and 1990 respectively for Best Mini-Series/Telemovie and Best Screenplay for a Mini Series/Telemovie for POLICE STATE AND POLICE CROP, both for the ABC. Also for the ABC he went on to write JOH'S JURY (1992) and BLUE MURDER (1995) which received the Logie Award for Most Outstanding Television Drama, AWGIE Award for Best Television Screenplay, AFI Award for Best Screenplay, NSW Premier' Literary Award for Best Screenplay and AFI Award for Best Television Drama.
Ian's other television credits include BAD COP, BAD COP (2002) a comedy series he created for the ABC, the mini-series adaptation of Robert Drewe memoir, THE SHARK NET(2003) for the ABC, THE SADDLE CLUB (2007), his original telemovie, THREE ACTS OF MURDER (2009) for the ABC, KILLING TIME ( 2011) for TV1 and THE BREAK (2012) for Foxtel.
Ian received the AFI's Byron Kennedy Award in 2001 and a Centennial Medal from the Commonwealth of Australia in 2003 for services to Australian society and film. In 2003 Ian represented Australian artists at UNESCO headquarters in Paris, with an address on cultural diversity. Ianwas named as the inaugural Kit Denton Fellow at the 2007 AWGIE Awards.
He is a past president of the Australian Writers Guild (1999 - 2003) and in 2011 was awarded the Richard Lane Award at the AWGIE (Australian Writer's Guild Awards) for his outstanding contribution to The Guild.
Ian is a member of the Council of Patrons of the Arts Law Centre of Australia.
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