The double life of Good With Maps
Initially I wrote my monologue-cum-performance essay Good With Maps for myself to present/read, which I have done, and will continue to do. But I’m also interested in the piece having a double life—making it available to an actor and/or other creative team. To this end I’m having a reading of Good With Maps as part of the Parnassus Den program. It’s at the Griffin Theatre on Sunday 24 June, read by Heather Mitchell and directed by Kate Gaul.
Good With Maps was written with the assistance of a New Work grant from the Australia Council Literature Board, and short-listed for the 2011 Rodney Seaborn Playwrights Award.