THE NSW government has just tipped an additional $15 million into the arts community's coffers, including $91,600 to underwite The De Quincey Company Ltd.'s little projects. Here is one of them:
Thanks to Boy On A Bike for digging through statements of expenditure.
In a similar vein, Bell Shakespeare has scored $616,686. In addition to underwriting more clowns with their heads in rubbish bins, the arbiters of aesthetics appear to believe there are not enough productions of Macbeth on a tram, Coriallanus in a urinal at the MCG and Henry V addressing seagulls at the Werribee Sewerage Farm.
You might not know art, but you know what it's like: supporting the well-connected while flushing public monies down some very fashionable toilets.