Support and sponsors

Support Team

Tony Phelps, Tweezy New Media - Web Development

Tony has more than 20 years' experience in software and database development. Since 1999, Tweezy New Media has offered a wide range of technical services, currently specialising in web site and database design/development. Tweezy assists the Australian Script Centre with a range of web-based and online database services making the collection of Australian playscripts more accessible online.


John Langford, Macquarie Accounting - Auditor

John is co-founder of Macquarie Accounting Pty Ltd, Hobart and has over 30 years’ practical experience in public accounting. He studied at the Tasmanian College of Advanced Education and at the University of Tasmania. He holds the position of Executive Officer of the Federation of Australian-American Associations and Treasurer of Virtuosi Tasmania along with directorships of several proprietary companies. His experience covers a broad range of specialisation through accounting, taxation and superannuation. 



The Australian Script Centre is assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body, by State Ministers for the Arts through Arts Tasmania, WA Department of Culture and the Arts, Arts NSW and by Salamanca Arts Centre.



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We also thank the very wonderful Tony Phelps at Tweezy New Media, without whose advice and generous support the centre would be lost.

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Support us

The ASC is a not-for-profit, incorporated organisation with Deductible Gift Recipient status and endorsement for Charity Tax Concessions. All donations over $2 are fully tax deductible and will go towards supporting and promoting the work of Australian playwrights.

The ASC collects outstanding Australian playscripts and works tirelessly to get them into the hands of producers, drama educators and theatremakers so that their value may be more widely recognised and appreciated. The ASC keeps great Australian playscripts in circulation long after the production season has finished. Without this service, a significant part of our literary and theatrical heritage would be lost. Many drama educators, students and theatre professionals consult the ASC’s current catalogue of more than 1,000 contemporary plays when selecting works for upcoming productions or courses of study. In addition to selling scripts, the ASC handles approximately 100 production enquiries per year in relation to plays in the catalogue.

If you would like to discuss making a donation or bequest, please email or telephone the Director on +61 3 6223 4675, or write to us at 77 Salamanca Place, Hobart, Tasmania 7004.