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Associate Professor Kim Durban

Associate Professor

Arts Academy

Section/Portfolio:

Arts Academy

Location:

Camp Street Campus, Online

Biography

Associate Professor Kim Durban trained as a director at the Victorian College of the Arts. Over her career, Dr Durban has built a strong reputation as a director of both new plays and classic texts for theatres across Australia.

In 2001, Kim was appointed Senior Lecturer in Performing Arts at Federation University Australia in Ballarat. She is currently the Program Coordinator of the Bachelor of Performing Arts and Bachelor of Acting for Stage and Screen. Kim is the winner of the 2015 Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Teaching Excellence, the 2012 EJ Barker Fellowship, a 2010 ALTC Citation, the Yvonne Taylor Award for Directors in 2002 and a joint winner of the 1990 Ewa Czajor Memorial Award.

Kim has a current entry in the Who’s Who of Australian Women, and her PhD thesis explores her direction of plays by Caroline playwright Richard Brome, including the Australian premiere of his plays in Ballarat.

Not a Pivot, But a Pirouette: A Panel Presentation about the Arts Academy Online in a Time of Pandemic

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Haunted by irrelevance?

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Running With Emus

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“Had I been there, which am a silly woman”: Dealing with gendered casting in an Australian tertiary setting

Margaret of Anjou’s reference to herself as a ‘silly woman’ in Henry VI is a political ploy to...

  • Journals

‘I must abroad or perish!’: The Meta-theatre of the Road in Brome’s A Jovial Crew

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The Northan Lass

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Garden City Weeded

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Oriel

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A Jovial Crew

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Buried Treasure: The lidded box and its function

In this chapter, as I try to piece fragments about the Women Directors Group (WDG), founded by...

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Farragut North

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'I Love the Quality of Playing, I': Directing Adventures in Ballarat

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  • Journals

Upside down at the bottom of the world: taking Richard Brome to the Antipodes

  • Book Chapters

Murder on the Ballarat Train

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The Hatpin

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The Antipodes

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The City Wit

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Kiss Me Kate

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Necklace Theory

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Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare

  • CW - 2. Live Performance (of Creative Work)

The White Rose

  • CW - 2. Live Performance (of Creative Work)

Goodnight Desdemona, Good morning Juliet

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Scenes from an Execution

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