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Alex Broun (Alexander Alan Hercules Broun) was born on 16 March, 1965 in Sydney, Australia, is an Australian playwright and screenwriter.
|Popular As||Alexander Alan Hercules Broun|
|Occupation||Playwright, screenwriter, director, rugby journalist, workshop facilitator, festival director|
|Age||55 years old|
|Born||16 March 1965|
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Alex Broun Net Worth
His net worth has been growing significantly in 2019-2020. So, how much is Alex Broun worth at the age of 55 years old? Alex Broun’s income source is mostly from being a successful Playwright. He is from Australia. We have estimated Alex Broun’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Source of Income||Playwright|
Alex Broun Social Network
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In 2020 he launched the inaugural Short+Sweet Sharjah as part of the Sharjah Fringe at the Masrah Theatre in Al Qasba.
In November 2016 the inaugural Alex Broun Play Festival was held at The Junction in Dubai. This four-day event featured 44 of Alex’s plays performed by over 100 Dubai actors, directors, schools and Theatre groups.
In December 2016 he co-wrote Howzat with actor/producer Asad Raza Khan, the first full-length English play to be set in contemporary UAE, which was performed at The Junction in Dubai. The play returned for a second season at The Junction in May 2017.
In 2014, Truth beauty and a picture of you, a musical written with Tim Freedman premiered at the Hayes Theatre Company in Sydney, Australia’. Disappointed at the Sydney critics’ response to the show Broun wrote a response on The Australian website. Also in 2014, November Spawned a Monster, the companion piece to Half a person – my life as told by The Smiths was produced at The Old Fitzroy Hotel in Sydney in November, directed by Robert Chuter (director) and starring James Wright.
Half a person – my life as told by The Smiths – a one-man show based on the music of The Smiths – was produced by Fly-on-the-wall Theatre (Directed by Robert Chuter, starring David Foster) at FEAST in Adelaide in 2006 and at the Newtown Theatre in Sydney in September 2007. The play was then re-mounted by Fly-on-the-Wall Theatre at Chapel off Chapel in Melbourne, Australia starring Mark Taylor in May 2010. It then returned for an encore season at the same venue in August the same year before being performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2012, directed by Donald Pulford and performed by Joseph Murray. In 2014 this production transferred to the Kings Head Theatre in London.
In October 2013, he wrote and co-directed Oneness-Voice without form , the life of Swami Vivekananda, at the Playhouse of the Sydney Opera House before touring to BMAC in Brisbane. The play was also performed at the American School of Dubai in May 2015.
He has also written and directed several community health videos for Dr Smita Shah: Running Short for the Triple A Asthma Awareness programme and Ryan’s Goal for SALSA – Students as Life Style Activists initiative. Recently he adapted Krista Dalby’s popular stage play Almost together with his own adaptation A Beautiful Request from his acclaimed play Half A Person both segments feature in the forthcoming film The Hidden Well directed by Robert Chuter.
In 2013 he launched the first ever Short+Sweet Dubai and in 2016 the inaugural Short+Sweet Abu Dhabi at New York University Abu Dhabi.
In 2012 he became a National Ambassador for Welcome to Australia
10,000 beers, a full-length play, opened at Darlinghurst Theatre, In September 2011, directed by Lee Lewis with Gus Murray, Matt Zeremes, Andrew William Steele and Anthony Taufa. The play was then remounted by The Blue Room Theatre Summer Nights & Turquoise Theatre in association with PICA as part of Fringeworld in Perth in February 2014. 10,000 beers was nominated for Best Stage Play in the 2012 AWGIE Awards
In 2011 he was the Associate Editor on the 2011 Rugby World Cup Official Match Programmes a role he repeated at RWC 2015 in England.
PFV (Potential for Violence) was included in the Premiere Season of 4 one act plays by the Hornsby Ku-ring-gai PCYC Theatre Co., in November 2010
Together, we are Anna, a ten-minute play about anti-corruption campaigner Anna Hazare was published in the Mumbai Mirror in August 2010.
In 2010 he was also Artistic Director of the national tour of Shorter+Sweeter, the best of Shorter+Sweeter that toured Australia from April to August.
He has also served as the inaugural Festival Director of Short+Sweet Brisbane 2009, Short+Sweet Auckland 2010, Short+Sweet Delhi 2010 and 2011, Short+Sweet Bangalore 2012, Short+Sweet Rockhampton 2010 and 2012, Short+Sweet Canberra 2012 and Short+Sweet Sydney from 2009 to 2011.
In 2007 Broun organised the “Your Shout Forums” across Australia for the Shadow Arts Minister Peter Garrett, and co-ordinated the ALP’s Federal Arts’ Launch for the 2007 Federal Election at the Riverside Theatre Parramatta in Parramatta, Sydney.
He continued as the Artistic co-ordinator of Short+Sweet Sydney until 2006 and from 2005 to the 2008 he was also the Artistic co-ordinator of Melbourne Short+Sweet. In 2007, he was the Artistic Director of the inaugural Short+Sweet Singapore.
In 2004, he acted as Convenor for Artists Against Howard, a group of artists across Australia who joined together to work with Not Happy John and try to remove Australian Prime Minister John Howard from his Federal seat of Bennelong in Sydney’s north.
In January 2004, he took over as Artistic Co-ordinator of Short+Sweet Theatre Sydney, and he introduced many of the elements that have made Short+Sweet so successful – strict time-limit, limit of one play per playwright, one play per director and two plays per actor, people’s choice voting and the competitive aspect where plays are chosen from each week to progress to the Gala Final.
Broun wrote and directed plays in the first Short+Sweet in Sydney in January 2002.
Broun received funding from the Australian Film Commission to write a script based on the sinking of the SIEV X in October 2001 when 353 asylum seekers lost their lives. This was the second time he had received funding from the AFC following his fifty-minute feature Clean Time which received Script Development funding.
In 2001, Alex acted as Media Liaison for the British and Irish Lions on their tour of Australia. He also served as the Media Manager for the Melbourne Rebels in 2007 in the short-lived Australian Rugby Championship (ARC).
Broun worked as the Media Manager for the South Africa Rugby Football Union and served as Springboks Media Liaison from 1997 to 2000 under coach Nick Mallett. During this time the Springboks equaled the world record for the most consecutive Test victories – 17 – from 1997 to 1998. They still share this record for Tier 1 Nations.
As an actor his appearances include The Cowra Breakout (Directed by Phillip Noyce), alongside Kylie Minogue in Neighbours, Home and Away, A Country Practice and the films Watch the Shadows Dance (aka Night Zone) with Nicole Kidman, The Place at the Coast (Directed by George Ogilvie), Breaking Loose and The Boy Who Had Everything. He also appeared in the 1988 Australian television movie, The First Kangaroos.
Alex Broun (born 16 March 1965) is an Australian playwright and screenwriter, who has worked extensively with Short+Sweet, a series of theatre festivals for productions of ten minutes or less. Born in Sydney, Australia, he has been referred to as “the Shakespeare of short plays”. Broun has had over 100 ten-minute plays produced in over 1500 productions in more than 40 countries globally, and his plays have been translated into many languages. He has also worked extensively as a Rugby journalist and served as Media Manager for the Springboks (1997–2000), the British & Irish Lions (2001), and the Melbourne Rebels (2007).