MEREDITH FULLER

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‘LADYCAKE’ Three Birds Theatre | Review by Meredith Fuller, psychologist & author

This satisfying production of a modern refashioning of the myths surrounding Marie Antoinette is a credit to Miles, Nunn and Rodway who comprise Three Birds Theatre

Meredith Fuller talks with Ray Mooney, author of ’The Ethics of Evil: Stories of H Division’ (2016)

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Available now from Amazon.com This visceral non-fiction book explores the true story of H Division, the punishment division within Pentridge Prison, Melbourne, that operated from 1958-1994, which was responsible for cultivating criminals who committed horrific crimes upon their release. “Some may have gone in as eighteen year olds, but the extreme brutality they were subjected to turned out potential monsters.” Established...

‘The Angry Ant’ by Kelvin Glare AO, former Chief Commissioner of Victoria Police (2015) Book review by Meredith Fuller

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“I see too many kids today who do not appreciate their own intrinsic value as human beings being bombarded with negative feedback about their worth. Little wonder that these kids get into trouble when they’re constantly reminded that they are failures. That success comes in a variety of forms is something we should all appreciate…self-esteem and a sense of...

THE MILL ON THE FLOSS | from BEHIND CLOSED DOORS 28 July – 13 August Review by Meredith Fuller for TAGG.Com fullercurioCity

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What could be even more intriguing than an evening at the theatre in Melbourne? Combine it with an earlier visit to see how the performance group breathes life into the play during rehearsals, and how they warm up before the production! I’m impressed with a new series of workshops, visits, and talks to provide theatre goers with a felt...

TAPE by Stephen Belber Dir Jennifer Sarah Dean Play Review Meredith Fuller

TAPE by Stephen Belber Directed by Jennifer Sarah Dean Review by Meredith Fuller The Court House Hotel 27 April to 7 May ‘Play Dead Theatre’ presents a fascinating psychological drama about love, hate, and honesty between old friends. We witness the memory of an event from the past as three friends relentlessly pursue their version of an event that has haunted them for...

CROSSxROADS musical theatre review by Meredith Fuller

  Crossxroads review by Meredith Fuller In this Australian Musical 'CrossxRoads' we follow the life journeys of several friends after they graduate, travel, find and lose love, careers, relationships, and learn their true natures. An engrossing musical from the creative masters Peter Fitzpatrick, Anthony Costanzo, Tyran Parke, David Wisken and Michael Ralph; a seamless crew; and impressive cast take us on an...