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Jobling, David (aka David Paul Jobling, Australian playwright, 1961-____), “Reggie Spiccs Tonight!”

a 10-minute play in English about media and discrimination, set amongst piles of “writings” and old newspapers, with slide projections,

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;  •  © 2001 by David Jobling;  •  in David Paul Jobling’s Short Performance Works (Surry Hills, New South Wales, Australia: All Men Are Equal: 1998), ISBN 0 9585625 8 X;  •  script/rights available from All Men Are Equal, 7/163 Devonshire Street, Surry Hills, New South Wales, Australia 2010, telephone (61 2) 8399 0540, e-mail dpj@loom.net.au, www.loom.net.au/home/dpj/index.html.  •  Cited by David Jobling via ftp August 23, 2001; Jobling says,

  §  Dramatis Persona Reggie Spiccs (m),writer.  §  Synopsis “A lone writer displays slides of his work and tells a story of media misinformation.

  §  Comment “Reggie Spicss Tonight! has been used for workshops with law students, youth theatre, media and technology, and in community settings.”

  §  Themes adaptation, educational theatre, literature, media studies, misinformation, sexuality, social development, writing.
 
 

David Paul Jobling’s background:

THEATRE

COMMUNITY WRITER/ARTIST
  • “Filling In” (1998, cLUB bENT, The Performance Space)
  • “Cum See Cum Sour” (1997, Performance Positive, PRIDE)
  • “HIV on the Internet” (1997, Sydney Star Observer)
  • “My Life As An Equation” (1997, with Peter McGill, Performance Positive)
  • “Judy Judy Judy” (1996 – , an ongoing interactive script on the internet, INK MAG)
  • “Torch Song Tragedy” (1996, music by Pat Wilson, Performance Positive & Keeping It Up Treatments Workshops)
  • “Breakfast” (1995, The Famous Reporter literary biannual #14; performed @ Off The Page National Short Play Competition, finalist, Australian National Playwrights Conference)
  • “The Grip” (1993. DC Peacock Productions, Adelaide Festival Centre Trust Brave New Works ’93, Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras Festival ’94)
  • “Hairy Dyke and Useless Poofter Out on a night” & ‘Open Line’ (1993, UpFront Theatre, SA Writers’ Centre New Works Performed)
  • “Grown-Up’s Playroom” (1993, Adelaide Festival, Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras Festival! ‘94)
  • “A Positive Attitude” (1992, Video Documentary, The Positive Living Centre SA)
  • “The Bridge” (1991, Street Theatre, Darwin Gay & Lesbian Society community production)
  • “Hello Immovable Valour” (1991, radio play, 8Top FM Darwin); “Kick off” (1989, IBM in house)
  • “Little Big Black Dog” (1987, Browns Lane Theatre)
  • “Onkaparinga” (1986, DT2 Theatre, Brown’s Lane Theatre)
  • “Ssh! Unicorn” (1985, DT2 Theatre & Griffin Theatre Company & Umbrella Theatre)
  • “Puppy Love” (1985, by Bruce Keller with David Paul Jobling; ANTHILL Theatre & National tour)
  • “The Last Unicorn” (1982, Adelaide Theatre Group)
  • FEATURE ARTICLES PERFORMANCE MATERIAL & DRAMATURGY
  • South Sydney Area Health service
  • National People Living With HIV/AIDS Conference
  • 2nd National Bisexuals Conference
  • New Theatre
  • PRIDE Centre
  • PLWHA NSW Inc.

  • Queerstage Digest
    See also David Paul Jobling’s
    See also David Paul Jobling and Bruce Keller’s

     

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