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Justine Campbell

JUSTINE CAMPBELL  

Nationality:    Australian
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Justine Campbell is a graduate of the VCA Directing Program. She recently directed Pearl Versus the World for Jigsaw. In 2010 she wrote and directed Back from the Dead Red for Melbourne Fringe. Justine was awarded the 2010 Victorian Green Room Award for Best Independent Female Performer for her role as Lady Jane in The Fate of Franklin (Four Larks).

Research:    http://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/contributor/239333

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below is a list of Justine Campbell's plays - click on a Play Title for more information

        Back from The Dead Red         Donkey and a Parrot, A         They Saw A Thylacine



Back from The Dead Red

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Melbourne Fringe    -

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Donkey and a Parrot, A

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An epic tale of escape, secret plots, swashbuckling adventure, dizzy love, negotiations, potions and humanity. A family's survival. A donkey's pilgrimage. A parrot's flight. One woman brings to life a story which has been passed down in one family for over three hundred years.

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Created by Justine Campbell and Sarah Hamilton

1st Produced:
Lithuanian Club, North Melbourne, VIC    23 Sep 2011

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Melbourne Fringe

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They Saw A Thylacine

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On an unseasonably cold September day in 1936, the last known Tasmanian tiger died in captivity at Hobart Zoo. Nearly 80 years after the disappearance of a species, Justine Campbell and Sarah Hamilton tell this story. On the brink of the sixth mass extinction of species on earth, They Saw a Thylacine bears witness. - http://www.theatreview.org.nz/reviews/production.php?id=3614

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Created by Justine Campbell and Sarah Hamilton

1st Produced:
Melbourne Fringe    2013

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poetic text piece

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