Paul Gilchrist is a Sydney-based theatre writer.

He is interested in responding to productions, rather than evaluating them.

Paul is a writer and director, and from 2008 to 2016 he was the artistic director of subtlenuance, an independent theatre company solely dedicated to original work.

More info about subtlenuance can be found at www.subtlenuance.com

Paul’s work has been produced in Sydney, interstate and overseas. The plays he has written and directed include Atlantis, 2016; Shut Up and Drive, or Sex, Liberty and the Automobile, (written with Daniela Giorgi) 2016; All The Difference, 2015;  Joan Again, 2014; Cristina in the Cupboard, 2013; Rocket Man, 2013; Blind Tasting, 2012/2013/2014; Lucy Black, 2012; Toy Box, 2011; Life is Impossible, 2010; A Thing of Beauty, 2010; Two Gates, 2010; Catherine at Avignon, 2009; Before the Embrace, 2009; and True Times Three, 2008. He has also directed The Poor Kitchen and Talc by Daniela Giorgi, 2010, and A Quiet Night in Rangoon by Katie Pollock, 2011. He has been the director of several multi-playwright projects, including The Political Hearts of Children, 2013; High Windows Low Doorways, 2014; and And Now To Bed, 2015.

Previously writing on this blog was Veronica Kaye. She was a dramatic creation of Paul Gilchrist. However her passion for theatre, and what it could achieve, was quite real. This About page has always acknowledged Veronica’s intimate connection with Paul.



One Response to “About/Contact”

  1. Paul Gerrard November 5, 2015 at 9:46 am #

    Hey Veronica

    Thank you for posting such an engaging response to Duck Hunting. I found your comments insightful, perceptive and witty.

    Keep up the good work!

    Paul Gerrard (who plays the role of Andy in Duck Hunting)

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