Richard Piper

Richard joins Regina to talk about his life in the theatre as well as his latest production with Flinders Street Quartet.

Part theatre work and part concert, Bartók, My Father, is inspired by Peter Bartók’s illuminating memoir of his Hungarian composer father Béla (considered one of the most important composers of the 20th century), and will be performed in Melbourne from 10 July, and also streaming nationally online via Melbourne Digital Concert Hall on 15th July.

Richard has spent almost his entire 43-year career on stage.  Trained in London, he was soon performing on the West End in Grease and Elvis, and came to Australia in 1985 with cult cabaret band The Bouncing Czecks.  MTC: The Lady in the Van, Twelfth Night, Born Yesterday, Double Indemnity, Ghosts, Music, Queen Lear, The Gift, Drowsy Chaperone, Rockabye, Entertaining Mr Sloane, The Give and Take, Dumb Show, The Daylight Atheist (Green Room Award), Betrayal, Man the Balloon, Life After George, Measure for Measure, Comedy of Errors. Malthouse:  The Black Rider, ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore. STC: The Secret River, Gross und Klein, Great Expectations, Moby Dick.  Bell Shakespeare:  A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The War of the Roses, Henry V, Henry IV.  STCSA: Moby Dick, Marat Sade, Restoration.  Musical Theatre: Come from Away, Oklahoma!, King Kong, Billy Elliot, Rocky Horror. TV:  Wentworth, Underbelly.  Films:  Pirates of the Caribbean.

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