This work missed the mark badly, not helped by many technical issues. It relies a little too much 'on the kindness of strangers'.
This performance was a sheer delight of the highest aesthetics and immense involvement, the audience almost silent from start to finish, watching intently the whole time. Hurry to catch this one if you can still get a ticket.
This superb production looks at a plethora of views on what being a good or bad parent means, what discipline means, whether corporal punishment is as bad as we are told or whether, as one man says, “it never did me any harm”
Two brothers, one passive, the other aggressive, become involved with a tramp, who becomes the caretaker of the house that one owns and where the other lives in an attic room full of junk.
Inspired by the Strugatsky brothers' science fiction novel of the same title, this play explores the idea of a god who merely observes from a distance.
This would have to be the finest playing of the music of Bach, and the other Baroque composers in the second concert, that I can ever remember hearing.
This is a rich and varied evening of physical theatre encompassing a number of performance genres including acrobatics, magic, and dance.
This is a rare chance to see this once controversial, powerful, landmark play, and when better than in the 100th year since White's birth and just past the half century since the play was first produced.
Gardenia is an astounding piece, moving, absorbing and passionate. Throughout, the performances are sincere, filled with emotion and enlightening.
Contemporary dance is alive and well in Adelaide. You must see this innovative and exciting production for yourself before it closes.