Litson, Jo
September 2000
Bulletin with Newsweek;09/19/2000, Vol. 118 Issue 6242, p96
Features Australia-based playwright, Stephen Sewell. Critical acclaim for his plays; Search for a popular form of theater through which to express himself; Interest in Salvador Dali; Foray into film production.


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