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Sydney-based performance collective post is Zoë Coombs Marr, Mish Grigor and Natalie Rose. They have been making work together for over ten years.

The word that is missing from this podcast — a word mentioned by all interviewees that never made it into the final cut — is ‘daggy’. Through sampling pieces from their archives and talking to their contemporaries, this piece considers how post’s unique dag-satire denudes the contradictions of everyday life and politics, from alcoholism to feminist discourse, defecting to the theatrical canon.

Interviewees and credits in order of first appearance:
— ‘Ice Nibber Dibber’ composition by James Brown
— Malcolm Whittaker
— Nat Randall
— ‘Ich Dibber Dibber’ at Campbelltown Arts Centre, recorded by Kate Blackmore
— Anne-Louise Sarks
— ‘Ich Nibber Dibber’ Q&A at Campbelltown Arts Centre, recorded by Kate Blackmore
— Chris Ryan
post Artist Interview for ‘That’s Life’ development, Campbelltown Arts Centre
— Nitin Vengurlekar
post* interview by Michael Cathcart, Books & Arts, Radio National
— ‘Shamelessly Glitzy Work’ composition by Dave Harris
— ‘Shamelessly Glitzy Work’ at Performance Space
— ‘Who’s The Best’ at Sydney Theatre Company, recorded by Kate Blackmore
— ‘Oedipus Schmoedipus’ at Belvoir St Theatre, recorded by Kate Blackmore
— ‘Know More About Theatre, You Uncultured Oafs’ at TEDxSydney

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