Theatre company knew of Geoffrey Rush misconduct claim and did not act, court hears

Theatre company knew of Geoffrey Rush misconduct claim and did not act, court hears
 

Sydney Theatre Company did nothing for 18 months after an actor had an off-the-record conversation in a bar claiming colleague Geoffrey Rush had behaved inappropriately towards her, a judge has been told.
It didn’t investigate or take any other action until STC executive director Patrick McIntyre was approached by a reporter one-and-a-half years later, Rush’s lawyer Sue Chrysanthou said on Wednesday.
She was opposing an application by the STC to set aside parts of a subpoena issued by the actor’s legal team in his federal court defamation lawsuit against the Daily Telegraph and reporter... read more

 
26 September 2018 in Art & Culture, Views: 42
Source: Guardian
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