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Brink Productions

Brink Productions is a professional The Executive Producer of the company is currently Kay Jamieson, who was appointed in 2007.

Brink's most recent works include Land & Sea by Nicki Bloom, Skip Miller's Hit Songs by Sean Riley, Harbinger by Matthew Whittet and The Hypochondriac by 7 July 2005 London Bombings.

Production Awards

2011

Skip Miller's Hit Songs by Sean Riley

2010

When The Rain Stops Falling by Andrew Bovell, a collaboration with Hossein Valamanesh & Brink Productions

  • ACT Green Room Award - Production

2009

The Hypochondriac by Molière, a new adaptation by Paul Galloway

  • Adelaide Critics' Circle Award - Group Prize (Brink Productions, producer)

2008

When The Rain Stops Falling by Andrew Bovell, a collaboration with Hossein Valamanesh & Brink Productions, presented with the State Theatre Company of South Australia and the Adelaide Festival of Arts

  • Adelaide Critics' Circle Award – Group Prize (Brink Productions, producer);
  • Adelaide Critics' Circle Award – Individual Prize(Andrew Bovell, playwright;
  • Ruby Award - Best Work or Event;
  • Curtain Call Awards – Best Drama & Best Technical for Set Design/Video Design & Projection;
  • Victorian Premier’s 2008 Literary Awards (Louis Esson Prize for Drama;
  • Queensland Premier’s 2008 Literary Awards (Drama Script – Stage - Award;
  • Oscarts 2008 – Best of Everything;

2006

This Uncharted Hour by Finegan Kruckemeyer, co-production with the STCSA, presented in association with The Firm and the Adelaide Festival Centre's iNSPACE.

  • ArtsSA: Jill Blewett Playwright’s Award (Note: won before entered into production with Brink)

2005

Drums in the Night by Bertolt Brecht, translated by Finegan Kruckemeyer, co-production with STCSA

  • Adelaide Theatre Guide Curtain Call Awards: Best Show, Drama

2001

Killer Joe by Tracy Letts

  • The Advertiser: Oscart for Best Production

2000

The Ecstatic Bible by Howard Barker, a co-production with The Wrestling School.

  • Adelaide Critics' Circle: Excellence in Arts

1999

(Uncle) Vanya by Howard Barker

  • Sun Herald: 'One of the Best Productions of the Decade'

1998

The Dumb Waiter by Harold Pinter

  • The Advertiser: Overall Artistic Excellence, Adelaide Fringe Festival

Mojo

  • The Advertiser: Overall Artistic Excellence, Adelaide Fringe Festival

1996

(Uncle) Vanya by Howard Barker

  • Adelaide Critics' Circle: Best Production

References

External links

  • Brink Productions
  • Brink Bits blog
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