Queensland Theatre’s final production of 2018 reimagines Ibsen’s heroine as the discontented wife of Queensland’s biggest meth dealer.
Elise Lawrence is a freelance writer and caffeine-based life form currently living in Brisbane, Australia. Her writing has been published in Limelight, Mous Magazine, Kyoto Journal and Hot Chicks with Big Brains, among others, and she blogs about her new home city at Backstreet Brisbane.
Articles by Elise Lawrence
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