TRU Announces Community Gathering Via Zoom Exploring Australia’s Theater Sector


A reliable haven for isolated artists, Theater Resources Unlimited (TRU) is now in its second year of non-stop weekly community gatherings this Friday, having offered more than 80 conversations and unlimited camaraderie to date since April 17, 2020.

TRU holds its community gatherings every Friday at 5 p.m. ET via Zoom, to explore artistic and theatrical creation during the COVID-19 era. These crucial conversations will continue as the theater reopens. Ask questions, provide answers, be part of a community – this is an opportunity to network with theater professionals and talk about keeping the theater alive during closure, and what we are doing now, at the ‘to come up.

To receive the Zoom invitation for future meetings, send an email to [email protected] with “Zoom Me” in the topic header. These gatherings are free to TRU members, non-members are asked to make a tax-deductible donation – or consider joining TRU – to support the organization in these difficult times.

Friday 10/12 – Exploring the Australian Theater Biz, before and after COVID. In the room: Nancye Hayes (Member of the Order of Australia for service to the entertainment industry), legendary Australian actress, dancer, singer and choreographer / director and narrator, leading figure in Australian musical theater (performed in Sweet Charity, Chicago, Guys and Dolls, 42nd Street, Annie, My Fair Lady, Sweeney Todd, A Little Night Music, Sunday in the Park, Follies and Australian New Works productions) as well as plays (Born Yesterday, Same Time Next Year, Stepping Out, Six dance lessons in six weeks and new work); Jason Langley, award-winning Australian director (The Production Company’s covers of Dusty, Brigadoon and The Boy From Oz at Melbourne’s State Theater, Wonderful Town at Sydney Opera House) and actor (Spamalot’s Australian premieres as Brave Sir Robin and Mothers and Sons as Cal) with thirty-two years in the theater; Natalie Mosco, an American actress (original Hair, The Magic Show; off-Broadway Housewives of Mannheim and her own A Brush with Georgia O’Keeffe) and choreographer (Hair in Toronto, Boston, Paris) who has become a star of musical theater Australian and television; Alexis Fishman, born in Australia Helpmann Nominated musical artist (Dusty, Shout !, Australian premiere of Kiss of the Spider Woman, Urinetown) and cabaret artist and coach who divides his time between New York and Australia. CLICK HERE to register and receive the zoom link:


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