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The Adman

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The Adman - Melbourne Theatre Company 1991

by Robert Hewett

THE ADMAN captures both the superficial glamour and the behind-the-scenes manipulation of the advertising world. At fifty-two, Col Anderson yearns for the respect he feels is his due and constantly points to his awards, which adorn the advertising agency where he works and which put it on its feet. But advertising looks towards the future not the past and Col is struggling to prove his ideas are still vibrant amidst a younger generation of 'creatives'. Interspersed with colourful, satiric commercials, THE ADMAN takes a lively look at the politics and ethics of the advertising world and their consequences.

The Adman MTC - Keith Agius, Shane Bourne, Celia De Burgh, Benjamin Grant, Ken James, Nadja Kostich, Kate Whitbread

Director - Babs McMillan
Designer - Richard Roberts
Lighting - John Beckett
Stage Manager - Karen Flaherty

Playbill / Program - 1991 Playbox alson contains full play transcript

Size 150 x 210 mm 85 pages

Condition: Used Good 8/10  

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THE ADMAN captures both the superficial glamour and the behind-the-
scenes manipulation of the advertising world. At fifty-two, Col
Anderson yearns for the respect he feels is his due and constantly
points to his awards, which adorn the advertising agency where he
works and which put it on its feet. But advertising looks towards the
future not the past and Col is struggling to prove his ideas are still
vibrant amidst a younger generation of 'creatives'. Interspersed with
colourful, satiric commercials, THE ADMAN takes a lively look at the
politics and ethics of the advertising world and their consequences.