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Who is Gale Edwards?
Gale Edwards is an Australian theatre director, who has worked extensively throughout Australia and internationally. She has also directed for television and film. She began her career at Adelaide youth theatre company Energy Connection. From 1986 to 1989 she was Associate Director of the State Theatre Company of South Australia, has been an Artistic Director of the Melbourne Theatre Company and has worked with every other major theatre Australian company, including the Sydney Theatre Company and Opera Australia. Internationally, Edwards directed the 1996 London revival of Jesus Christ Superstar, which opened on Broadway in 2000, and for which she won an Emmy Award for the televised recording of the production. Edwards contributed to the book of the musical Whistle Down the Wind, for which she directed the West End production. Edwards has also directed for the Royal Shakespeare Company and Shakespeare Theatre Company. She directed the premiere production of The Boy from Oz.
- also known as Gale Annette Edwards
- born on (61 years ago) in Australia
- nationality: Australia
- profession: Film director, theatre director, television director
- written work: "Whistle Down the Wind"
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The Kentucky Encyclopedia (2015)
by John E. Kleber
See Bobby Gale Edwards, Glimpses of Historical Wayne County, Kentucky ( Lexington, Ky., 1970). GALE EDWARDS WEBB, BRENDA GAIL (CRYSTAL GAYLE). The country singer known as Crystal Gayle was born Brenda Gail Webb , ...
by Jerry Roberts
Seven Deadly Sins (1993, mini, co-directed with Di Drew, Gale Edwards, ...
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