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Bulletin Interview by Jennifer Byrne
The article reports on the play "Two Brothers," by award-winning playwright Hannie Rayson. She says that it is a political thriller, a genre she has never attempted before. And for the first time her central characters are men. They are the Costello Brothers, Peter and Tim, though Rayson's characters are rather more colourful and publicly disputatious than the real Costellos and their argument is not over money but the politics of border protection. They are both alpha males--one a home security minister, one a lawyer working with refugees..