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John Kachoyan


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John's an astute, articulate writer with experience as an editor and scripted story developer across print, digital, live performance and screen. He trained in Media & Communications at the University of Sydney and at the National Institute of Dramatic Arts. He's worked as a Journalist, Public Relations officer and Copywriter across Canada, England, Australia and the USA. He has crafted marketing, press and branded content for the Veolia, Melbourne Festival, Melbourne Theatre Company, Opera Australia and more. John is currently a member of the Australian Writers Guild's Pathways Programme and recently completed an Advanced Diploma in Script Editing for Film & Television at AFTRS.


The world's online showcase of the best Australian playwriting, featuring the combined catalogues of Australia's leading theatrical publishers.

OF THE ISLAND COLLECTION | AustralianPlays.org

Quality Australian play scripts from Australian playwrights. Your first resource. Comprehensive database, biographies and extracts. Theatre industry and educators find, shop and buy here.

Melbourne Festival
The Trouble With Harry | Melbourne Festival

PRESENTED BY MKA: THEATRE OF NEW WRITING AND DAREBIN ARTS' SPEAKEASY IN ASSOCIATION WITH MELBOURNE FESTIVAL Harry Crawford and his wife Annie seem ordinary enough; together they lead quiet, unexceptional lives in the suburbs of 1920s Sydney, working and raising a child.

Griffin Theatre : The Unspoken Word is 'Joe'

The Unspoken Word is 'Joe' is a biting meta-satire of Australian theatre which Zoey would describe as dramatic and beautiful. And tender. And also really clever. She wrote it as a way of dealing with a really bad break-up - but it's not just a break-up play. It's about love, and loss.

Design by Numbers

Simon Alderson and Tony Cunninham of London-based high designer purveyors twentytwentyone talk kitsch versus collectible and the integrity of good design.

Bell Shakespeare National Tour Program
Theatre After Shakespeare

It has often been said that the English theatre began to decline after Shakespeare's death...

ArtsHub Australia
Bill Henson: Through the Darkness Creeping

You'll know a Bill Henson if you've seen one - they're instantly recognisable by the quality of night he captures so effortlessly, by the cast of pre and mid-pubescent waifs nakedly inhabiting an empty, slightly dystopian landscape, by the drama and the everyday richness. John Kachoyan explores the first survey of the photographers work.

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