Anna's plays have been performed around Australia since 1997 incl a sell-out season of "How To Love Wombats" (gay custody issues), "The Last Time I saw Calvin" (Calvin hosts his 40th birthday posthumously), several productions at Melbourne Comedy Festival incl. the popular "Scuttlebutt", "The Infidelity Trilogy" (widely performed) plus short film "A Love Story" produced via a Screen Australia grant. "Love Taps", about a gay football here coming out on "60 Minutes" was produced in 2014 by La Mama, also completed a film noir screenplay "Darkroom" with fellow writer Simon Bare` now seeking a producer.
Anna has been thrice nominated by her peers for Wal Cherry award for best unproduced play: "Random Acts", "Situation Critical", "Seeing the Elephant", also won an AFI award in Short 'N Sweet festival for the play version of "A Love Story" plus a Noosa Arts Festival prize and a High Commendation certificate from National Fellowship of Australian Writers for the "How to Love Wombats" Screenplay.
Her most recent play "Ron and Isobel", set in 1975 and covering the aftermath of the dismissal of the Whitlam government set against the backdrop of a volatile marriage, had a public reading at La Mama in 2017 and is planned for production in 2019.
Name: Anna Lall
Lives in: Melbourne, Australia