In 1998, Dean Bryant went to see a production of Oscar Wilde’s An Ideal Husbandat Sydney’s Lyric Theatre – the first theatre show staged at the newly opened venue.

“It was an English production that had been recast with predominately Australians. I just went along, I wasn’t even out of WAAPA yet, and I wanted to see what this new theatre was like,” he recalls. Expecting an old-fashioned play, he found himself gripped by...

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