Ep 25 – Geordie Brookman – Theatre, the Arts and knowing who ‘we’ are

Geordie Brookman is Artistic Director at State Theatre Company South Australia, a role he has held since 2012. We talk with Geordie towards the end of his highly successful time at the company.

We go back to Geordie’s childhood, with a love of reading and with the Arts in his DNA. We discuss his journey and the importance of theatre and the arts in our cultural fabric.

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A fascinating exploration into themes from the role of risk taking and collaboration in theatre, to the significant economic return of the Arts.

Geordie is soon to be setting up a life in Berlin with his young family, a city that embraces the Arts. Following State Theatre’s next play – a one man version of George Orwell’s political classic Animal Farm in March 2019. It was wonderful to have this in-depth discussion with Geordie to share his story.

You can find Geordie via State Theatre Company South Australia or LinkedIn.

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