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Psychologist, Author, Theatre Director, Spokesperson on psychology for the media, radio and TV.

Tete-a-Tete interview with Meredith Fuller on acting, ensemble work, what directors look for, running a theatre production

In this Video, Lesley Coleman of Mystical Dog, interviews Meredith Fuller psychologist, author, playwright and director, about psych tips to assist actors, and how to be a valued member of an ensemble

‘Love on a Faultline’ Cecile Ravell

BOOK REVIEW by Meredith Fuller Psychologist & Author, Lifemember Australian Association of Psychological Type AusAPT This book, by a member of AusAPT (Australian Association of Psychological Type) certainly contributes to our search for triumphant healing, and a retrospective understanding for those destructive relationships that can...

Melbourne International Comedy Festival RED NOODLE BLUE Jacob Sacher & Jack McGorlick

Melbourne International Comedy Festival RED NOODLE BLUE Jacob Sacher & Jack McGorlick Review by Meredith Fuller psychologist, author, theatre maker The show is best described as an absurdist time-traveling mystery narrative sketch comedy by a confident, perceptive young comedy duo. Alongside the audience, I spent...


“The Importance of Being Earnest” by Oscar Wilde Review by Meredith Fuller Psychologist Author Theatre Maker Immersive Theatre – All Sorts Productions in association with National Trust At La Bassa Mansion Caulfield North 7 – 31 March www.allsortproductions.com.au Dir Maurice Mammoliti This production was a delightful experience; every aspect...

Play ‘Mr Bennet’s Bride’ by Emma Wood

Mr Bennet’s Bride – a prequel to Pride & Prejudice by Emma Wood REVIEW by Meredith Fuller A delightful period play from award winning director Susan Rundle, who has created a well balanced ensemble cast of ten and delivered her customary quality. The play is set in...

SYLVIA a play by AR Gurney Directed by Susan Rundle Peridot Theatre

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This is a funny play about a dog called Sylvia, ebulliently played by Alexandria Avery. Well, it is really about relationship. And anthropomorphism. I first saw this play many years ago at the MTC starring a young Rachel Griffiths. She was so brilliant you knew...

‘Conjugated Stalking’ a coming play by Meredith Fuller psychologist/theatre director

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16 to 24 November 8pm at epicentre upstairs Tickets remaining for some performances (Fri 16th Nov SOLD OUT)  Sat 17th Nov  Fri 23rd Nov  (Sat 24th Nov SOLD OUT) trybooking.com/TWUT This play is a psychological puzzle that explores stalking. Both humorous, and dramatic, my play is an opportunity to...

Dr Nicole Gruel 2 Melbourne Workshops end October

Sat 27 October at 18.30 Spirituality and Mental Health: beyond non-ordinary transcendent experiences (NOTEs) North Fitzroy Library www.drnicolegruel.com for details about her talk and also about her recent book The Power of NOTEs Nicole recently spoke at an AusAPT National Conference 'frontiers and foundations' Queensland 2018, where I...

‘UNSOLICITED MALE’ a play by Ron Elisha

THEATRE REVIEW by Meredith Fuller ‘UNSOLICITED MALE’ by Ron Elisha Q44Theatre Company’s brilliant season of the world premiere of this clever play runs until 7 October at the Abbotsford Convent. Directed by international stage & screen doyenne Suzanne Heywood. Starring Kim Valentine, Russell Fletcher, Gabriella Rose-Carter,...

‘Pinky Promise’ by Rebecca Perich. Fringe Festival 21 – 26 September

 'talking about family while exploring memory, childhood and mental health'. In examining our families, and of course in other settings, we seek to understand our past and make sense of how we have been shaped, in order to see who we are now. We learn...