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Emma Vuletic

EMMA VULETIC

  

Nationality:    Australian
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Literary Agent:    Cameron Creswell Agency  

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

        360 Positions In A One Night Stand         Beekeeper, The         Crossing The Borders         Headshot: Portrait Of A Family         Imago



360 Positions In A One Night Stand

Synopsis:
One election, two actors, five writers, ten characters and 360 positions. A play about love and sexual politics

Notes:
written by Nick Marchand, Ben Ellis, Victoria Gleeson, Tommy Murphy And Emma Vuletic

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Play/Drama

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Beekeeper, The

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the Production Company presents the Australia Project II: Australia Strikes Back!, A program of new works by Australian playwrights. the following description is from the show's press release: "Twelve Acclaimed Australian playwrights create pieces based on their perceptions of the United States. the Australia Project II: Australia Strikes Back! includes new plays from some of Australia's most celebrated playwrights. the Production Company's work promotes And deepens cultural exchange between the United States And Australia And encourages Artists to explore the relationship between the two countries."
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Crossing The Borders

Synopsis:
The culmination of a project that brought together 12 writers from around the world on the internet to create a piece of theatre exploring what borders still exist at the beginning of the 21st century.

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Written by Angela Betzein. Chong Tze Chien. Sara El Nusairi. Lauren Feldman. Nick Field. Graham Gordy. Aoife Mannix. James McNulty. Daniel Noy. Jimmy Osbourne. Adrian Osmond. Emma Vuletic

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Headshot: Portrait Of A Family

Synopsis:
Gloria and Ray Philips consult a specialist doctor about their troubled son Clem. Clem is 28, unemployed, addicted to interactive war games and unable to eat at the family table. His 18-year-old sister Candy just thinks he needs to get laid. the doctor starts a profile on the family and prescribes a special family dinner. As each family member defines their relationship to Clem we start to see not only a portrait of a troubled young man, but a deeply troubled family. Headshot is a complex, poignant and ultimately tragic portrait of family, growing up and getting wise. Headshot is the second play in the Imago trilogy.

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Imago

Synopsis:
Jon and Sara have just bought a house with no glass in the windows and a view straight across the road. Tim and Cleo, two fiery young lovers, have decided to put on a show. Tim is a pot-head and window washer, he is biologically female but lives and identifies as a male, a very Aussie male at that. As friendships form and relationships develop, Jon and Sara's Great Australian dream becomes an unexpected nightmare. This first play in the Imago trilogy is a moving tale of love, need, coupledom and identity.

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