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Teddy Dunn recalls suits from his life, and explores what hindsight (and coming out as trans) does to those memories. Teddy performed this story in Sydney at Giant Dwarf, in Melbourne at Howler and at Adelaide Writer's Week in 2019.
Teddy Dunn is an independent director, theatre maker and dramaturg who graduated from Flinders Drama Centre in 2015 with First Class Honours and a University Medal. Since his graduation, Teddy has directed four debuts of new Australian plays, he has directed students at AC Arts, and at Flinders University. He also works with a group of queer youth community members and ActNow Theatre. As an actor, Teddy has worked with State Theatre Company, the ABC, ActNow Theatre, Patch Theatre Company and Vitalstatistix. He was a participant in the 2015 Director’s Studio at Playwriting Australia, working on best practice for directors of new, Australian plays, and in 2016 won the Bendigo Bank Award with the Helpmann Academy.
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