For Tommy Murphy, it’s Peter Nicholson’s iconic ‘Rubbery Figures’ – satirical puppets of politicians that graced the televisions of a bygone era – that come to mind when thinking about the Packer family, the subject of his new play for Belvoir, Packer & Sons.

Packer & Sons

“I don’t recall if there was a Kerry Packer one, but as a kid in the 80s and 90s all those powerful public figures seemed to...

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