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Actors read on stage while a full house watches on

Restart the Arts • Review – Talented WA actors conduct public script reading in the Ballroom

As part of the Restart the Arts with Government House initiative, talented WA actors read the script for a new psychological thriller to a sold out audience in the Government House Ballroom.

120 members of the film industry and general public attended to hear actors Myles Pollard, Alison van Reeken, Luke Hewitt, James Helm, Alexandra Nell and third year WAAPA students Darius Williams and Conor Merrigan-Turner, read the “What Would You Die For?”, written by Matt Barron and directed by Aaron Kamp

The audience enjoyed a glass of wine and provided feedback to pass to the writer and director for their next draft of the script.

PAC Script Lab rehearsed readings help the development of stories by providing a ‘test audience’ for WA film scripts, whilst also showcasing the exceptional acting talent in Western Australia.

This event was supported by Screenwest and Lotterywest through the Bright Ideas Crew Capacity initiative.

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