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One-Act-Play Festival


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2023 Anglesea One-Act-Play Festival

Regrettably, the Anglesea One Act Play Festival will take a hiatus in 2023. 


We thank those theatre companies that indicated their intention to participate in the Festival this year. We look forward to welcoming theatre makers and audiences back to the Friendly Festival by the Sea in 2024!

To read more about One-Act-Play Festivals, visit the Victorian Drama League website.


For further information, contact:

Christine Walker

Convenor, Anglesea One Act Play Festival  

0408 444 199


2023 Adjudicator
BRON BATTEN – Artistic Bio

Bron Batten is a multi-award-winning performer, theatre-maker and producer who creates contemporary performance in collaboration with non-artists and audience members. Her work is based in live art practices of participation, improvisation and direct address in order to create a live, vibrant and unique energetic exchange with the audience.


Past works and projects include Waterloo (2019); Onstage Dating (2016); Use Your Illusion (2014); The Dad Show (2014); Sweet Child of Mine (2011) and The Last Tuesday Society (2008). She was the lead producer and artist on the interactive installation The Hole (2015) in collaboration with artists from across Australia and Canada.


Her work has toured throughout Australia, New Zealand, the USA, France, the UK, Germany, the Czech Republic, Lithuania and Romania and has been presented at venues and festivals such as The Soho Theatre London, Komedia Brighton UK, The Prague Quadrennial, Performing Arts Festival Berlin, RISING, Darwin Festival, Brisbane Festival, The Melbourne Theatre Company, Arts House Melbourne, Dark MOFO and the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.


She has received support from the Australia Council and fellowships from the Ian Potter Foundation to undertake professional development in Zurich, New York, Chicago, Avignon, London, Glasgow and Hong Kong and in 2015 Bron was an artist in residence at the prestigious Cite des Arts Internationale in Paris.

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