Jonathan Biggins (Writer)
As a writer, Jonathan has collaborated on over twenty Wharf Revues for the Sydney Theatre Company, Three Men and a Baby Grand for both stage and ABC TV, Living in the Seventies, The Luck Child and The State of the Tasmanian Economy for Blue Cow Theatre. He is the winner of two AWGIE awards for writing in musical theatre; one for The Republic of Myopia and the other for a new libretto he wrote with Phil Scott for Orpheus in the Underworld. In 2012, his first full-length play Australia Day premiered, followed by a tour. He is also a regular contributor to Fairfax and the author of four books, including The 700 Habits of Highly Ineffective People. Since 2015, Jonathan has both written and directed the Helpmann Awards. In 2017 his new play Talk premiered in Sydney and Canberra. He is currently touring his new comedy, The Gospel According to Paul.