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 Jonathon Moran.

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