Ray Williams | Member for Castle Hill
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Western Sydney Arts and Culture

May 12 2016

I have spoken on many occasions in this House about Western Sydney's thriving arts and cultural institutions. A few weekends ago I had the privilege of representing the Deputy Premier, and Minister for the Arts, the Hon. Troy Grant, at the opening of the stage production Swallow at the Riverside Theatre in Parramatta. Written by acclaimed playwright Stef Smith and directed by Kate Champion, the play takes the audience on a journey through the lives of three different women battling their own distinct personal troubles. Within minutes of starting, the audience is told of the issues faced by each character. Rebecca, played by Megan Drury, is furious that her ex-partner has left her for another woman and she turns that anger on herself. Sam, played by Valerie Berry, is struggling with a gender crisis, not sure if she is Sam or Samantha. Anna, played by Luisa Hastings Edge, has locked herself in her apartment, afraid to face the outside world.  read more

Western Sydney Arts and Culture
May 12 2016

I have spoken on many occasions in this House about Western Sydney's thriving arts and cultural institutions. A few weekends ago I had the privilege of representing the Deputy Premier, and Minister for the Arts, the Hon. Troy Grant, at the opening of the stage production Swallow at the Riverside Theatre in Parramatta. Written by acclaimed playwright Stef Smith and directed by Kate Champion, the play takes the audience on a journey through the lives of three different women battling their own distinct personal troubles. Within minutes of starting, the audience is told of the issues faced by each character. Rebecca, played by Megan Drury, is furious that her ex-partner has left her for another woman and she turns that anger on herself. Sam, played by Valerie Berry, is struggling with a gender crisis, not sure if she is Sam or Samantha. Anna, played by Luisa Hastings Edge, has locked herself in her apartment, afraid to face the outside world.  read more

Tribute to Curtis Cheng

May 12 2016

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Tribute to Curtis Cheng
May 12 2016
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Key Health Issue: Diabetes in Western Sydney

May 05 2016

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Key Health Issue: Diabetes in Western Sydney
May 05 2016