Working with Words: Nina Oyama
Nina Oyama is a comedian, actress and writer. She spoke with us about indecipherable teenage diaries, generating ideas late at night and magic potatoes.
The Big Grapple: Sami Shah
'For me, the greatness of a city is down to its food. And New York was great once.'
Sami Shah explores what Melbourne can learn from the mistakes of New York, at The Big Grapple: Loving and Loathing New York City – a night of storytelling from Melburnians who don't heart NY.
The Big Grapple was part of MEL&NYC –…
The Big Grapple: Christie Whelan Browne
'At this point I realise that I am in my very own Seinfeld episode.'
Christie Whelan Browne recounts the time New York lived up to the hype in the strangest possible way, at The Big Grapple: Loving and Loathing New York City – a night of storytelling from Melburnians who don't heart NY.
The Big Grapple was part of MEL&NYC…
Working with Words: Alistair Baldwin
Alistair Baldwin is a comedian, improviser and writer for The Weekly with Charlie Pickering. He spoke with us about writers as products, the potential for genetic modification to save and/or destroy us all, and writing an advice column using only knowledge of Agatha Christie.
The Big Grapple: Brodie Lancaster
'There's no use chasing the party any more, because the party's been priced out and painted over and turned into a froyo shop.'
Brodie Lancaster talks being sold a lie about the New York lifestyle, at The Big Grapple: Loving and Loathing New York City – a night of storytelling from Melburnians who don't heart NY.
The Big Grapple was…
The Big Grapple: Beverley Wang
'A lot of New York is filled with beige out-of-towners trying to do all the things they think real New Yorkers do, and the real New Yorkers are only too happy to sell it to them.'
Beverley Wang dives into the early 2000s and the terrible food trends launched by Sex and the City, at The Big Grapple: Loving and…
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