For most writers, recognition comes some distance down the track. Roger Hall chronicles his own experience and discusses how writing works.
Roger’s life changed when he wrote Glide Time in 1976, and he has been writing a stage play almost every year since. As well as plays he has written musicals, pantomimes, more than sixty episodes of sitcoms for TV, and one-off plays for television and radio. The Festival of Colour features his World Cup rugby play C’Mon Black. His new play, A Short Cut to Happiness, opens at Court Theatre in July.