John Bell and Jonathan Biggins have spent their lives on the stage. John is our foremost interpreter of Shakespeare. He documents lessons from Shakespeare’s plays in Some Achieve Greatness: Lessons on Leadership and Character from Shakespeare and One of His Greatest Admirers. Jonathan is best known as a leading political satirist and was recently acclaimed for his embodiment of our 24th Prime Minister in his one man show, The Gospel According to Paul, recently adapted into a book. They discuss their lives in the theatre, the essence of leadership and the power of imagination.
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Actor, director and producer John Bell is one of Australia's theatrical icons. Founder of the Bell Shakespeare Company, he is Australia's leading authority on interpreting, directing and performing Shakespeare.
Jonathan Biggins is an award-winning writer, director and performer, perhaps best known as one of the creators and performers for Sydney Theatre Company’s long-running and much loved annual political satire, The Wharf Revue, and his one-man bio-play of Paul Keating, The Gospel According to Paul, recently adapted into a book.