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REVIEW: Christmas Proms 2008

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Rohan Shearn

With a musical treat aimed squarely at the family market, the Adelaide Festival Centre’s Christmas Proms was a populist mix of Australian and festive inspired pieces, combined with some wonderful singing and traditional carols.

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About the author

Rohan’s background in theatre administration and event management dates back many years and has included positions throughout metropolitan Melbourne, regional Victoria and New South Wales. Key appointments include General Manager for the Riverina Theatre Company, Northern Rivers Performing Arts and the Feast Festival in Adelaide. He has had the opportunity to work on a diverse range of productions from intimate theatre through to large-scale warehouse events. In 2006 he was engaged as one of the Precinct Operations Supervisors for the Melbourne Commonwealth Games. Currently, he is the Creative Producer for Byte Media and Adelaide Editorial Coordinator for AussieTheatre.com, and is also completing his Master of Arts (Arts and Cultural Management) through UniSA.