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Melbourne Theatre Company

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Melbourne Theatre Company

252 Sturt Street

Southbank, Victoria,3006

Australia

Company Description

The Melbourne Theatre Company is one of the oldest professional theatre companies in the city. The company was founded back in 1953 and originally was a part of the University of Melbourne. Later, it became a semi-autonomous department. The company offers a ... more.

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Director

Elling


Actress

The STC Actors Company


Affiliations

National Institute of Dramatic Art

Board Member


University of New South Wales

Board Member


Sydney Theatre Company

Member of the Full-Time Actor's Company.


Australian Film Institute

Board Member


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Pamela Rabe, Robyn Nevin and Aidan Fennessy (Season 2012)
Well-known and loved by our Subscribers, Robyn, Pamela and Aidan bring decades of industry experience in directing, acting, writing and programming to the Company. Pamela Rabe is best known to audiences as an actor, having appeared in over 35 productions for MTC, including Hamlet, Boston Marriage, God of Carnage, The Season at Sarsaparilla (also for STC), Things We Do for Love, Dinner, Blithe Spirit (also STC), The Beauty Queen of Leenane (also STC), A Little Night Music, Private Lives (also STC), A Room of One's Own (also for Belvoir), Cosi, Lost in Yonkers, Much Ado About Nothing, Taming of the Shrew, As You Like It, Medea, and Top Girls. In 2011 she made her directorial debut at MTC with In the Next Room or The Vibrator Play. Pamela's film credits include The Well (for which she won AFI, Variety Club and Stockholm Film Festival Best Actress Awards), Paradise Road, Cosi, Sirens, and Vacant Possession. Her other many awards include seven Green Room Awards, a Sydney Theatre Critics' Award and a Mo Award.


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Robyn Nevin, Pamela Rabe, and Aidan Fennessy (Season 2012)
Well-known and loved by our Subscribers, Robyn, Pamela and Aidan bring decades of industry experience in directing, acting, writing and programming to the Company. Pamela Rabe is best known to audiences as an actor, having appeared in over 35 productions for MTC, including Hamlet, Boston Marriage, God of Carnage, The Season at Sarsaparilla (also for STC), Things We Do for Love, Dinner, Blithe Spirit (also STC), The Beauty Queen of Leenane (also STC), A Little Night Music, Private Lives (also STC), A Room of One's Own (also for Belvoir), Cosi, Lost in Yonkers, Much Ado About Nothing, Taming of the Shrew, As You Like It, Medea, and Top Girls. In 2011 she made her directorial debut at MTC with In the Next Room or The Vibrator Play. Pamela's film credits include The Well (for which she won AFI, Variety Club and Stockholm Film Festival Best Actress Awards), Paradise Road, Cosi, Sirens, and Vacant Possession. Her other many awards include seven Green Room Awards, a Sydney Theatre Critics' Award and a Mo Award.


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Robyn Nevin, Pamela Rabe, and Aidan Fennessy (Season 2012)
Well-known and loved by our Subscribers, Robyn, Pamela and Aidan bring decades of industry experience in directing, acting, writing and programming to the Company. Pamela Rabe is best known to audiences as an actor, having appeared in over 35 productions for MTC, including Hamlet, Boston Marriage, God of Carnage, The Season at Sarsaparilla (also for STC), Things We Do for Love, Dinner, Blithe Spirit (also STC), The Beauty Queen of Leenane (also STC), A Little Night Music, Private Lives (also STC), A Room of One's Own (also for Belvoir), Cosi, Lost in Yonkers, Much Ado About Nothing, Taming of the Shrew, As You Like It, Medea, and Top Girls. In 2011 she made her directorial debut at MTC with In the Next Room or The Vibrator Play. Pamela's film credits include The Well (for which she won AFI, Variety Club and Stockholm Film Festival Best Actress Awards), Paradise Road, Cosi, Sirens, and Vacant Possession. Her other many awards include seven Green Room Awards, a Sydney Theatre Critics' Award and a Mo Award.


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Browse:Home / New Direction: Pamela Rabe
New Direction: Pamela Rabe New Direction: Pamela Rabe 09/07/2011 · by Alexandra Spring · in Theatre, Vogue Australia Pamela Rabe in Melbourne Theatre Company's production of David Mamet's Boston Marriage Tucked away in a little room at Melbourne Theatre Company's head office, Pamela Rabe doesn't look entirely comfortable. That magnificent voice is contained, her body folded tightly into the chair. Occasionally a hand escapes with a gesture, pulling a rope tightly, waving a fresh wind through, wrenching the steely door of a treasure trove of emotions open. Rabe is currently based in Melbourne, overseeing the openings of her third and fourth directorial outings, namely Sarah Ruhl's In the Next Room and Vanessa Bates's Porn.Cake; co-programming MTC's 2012 season alongside associate director Aidan Fennessy and actor Robyn Nevin, and beginning work on the outgoing MTC artistic director Simon Phillips's production of Hamlet as Queen Gertrude. Rabe is hoping one of her passion projects will come through. "It's right at that point where you say yes and then suddenly, it's like a house of cards, where a big breath comes through and completely changes everything - but gosh, I'm hoping so." And then, of course, there's Hamlet. The highly anticipated production stars Ewen Leslie as the prince of Denmark, with Rabe in the role of his mother Gertrude. They worked together as part of Sydney Theatre Company's Actors Company, particularly in The War of the Roses, when Rabe played Richard III. Rabe doesn't give anything away when I ask her what her take on Gertrude is going to be. "I've got no idea," she says without blinking. Rabe avoids taking too much baggage into the rehearsal room. Pamela Rabe in Sydney Theatre Company's War of the Roses It is reassuring to hear such a theatre stalwart say she is confident about the future of the theatre and is in fact excited by the fresh energies coming through. "There is a sense of a freshly valid voice starting to arise from a generation of thinkers, talkers, makers, doers hatcheting through the shackles of the baby boomers and saying it's our turn now." She believes audiences continue to be inspired, frequently writing to her and telling her what theatre means to them. "That expression is about what it is to be a human being, to go to a Shakespeare play and for the shingles to fall off. They don't feel like they are being talked to in a foreign language, what they do feel like they are talking to is William Shakespeare's soul, or the soul of a fellow human being 400 years ago," she says passionately. Tags: Melbourne Theatre Company, Pamela Rabe, Theatre Leave a Reply Cancel reply


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Nevin joined MTC last year in a caretaker curatorial role alongside Pamela Rabe and Aidan Fennessy, believing her pet project was unlikely to happen.
Pamela Rabe on being an artistic director at the Melbourne Theatre Company


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