A provocative new festival piece, a premiere Australian work, re-imagined international and Australian classics and a post-modern masterpiece that rocks the very foundations of theatre itself are just some of the highlights making up State Theatre Company South Australia’s 2020 season, the first program from its new artistic director Mitchell Butel.
Homer’s The Iliad is, above its poetry and deep influence upon Western arts and literature, bloody. After all, this is the story of a ten-year siege on an impenetrable city. There are bound to be some casualities. Alice Oswald’s Memorial doesn’t shy away from this fact,
Molière’s seventeenth-century play is given new life in the State Theatre Company and Brink Production’s final offering of 2016, 'Tartuffe'.
Andrew Bovell’s very complex plot peels back through the generations of one family and the emotional baggage they pass down from generation to generation.
Patrick White is largely hailed as one of the most important writers of the 20th Century and is certainly one of the most significant writers from Australia.
Chris Drummond, Kris McQuade and Paul Blackwell reunite to present a theatrical adaption of a story by Patrick White.
This October Brink Productions presents the world premiere of 'The Aspirations of Daise Morrow' - a new work based on a short story by Australian writer Patrick White.
In 2016, State Theatre Company will play on stages across South Australia, around the country and, for the first time ever, in London.
Stories I Want To Tell You In Person is the hilarious and true story of writer Lally Katz (author of the highly acclaimed play Neighbourhood Watch) and what she was actually doing while she was supposed to be writing a play about the GFC
Adelaide Festival Centre cemented its position as one of the nation’s leading cultural precincts with the unveiling of its 2015 program
Award-winning Paul Capsis stars in the premiere of a compelling new adult fairytale & song cycle to leave you transported, uplifted and with tears in your eyes.
Once in a while something new and exciting turns up on the Adelaide theatre scene, and this is most definitely one of those times. You will not forget this work in a hurry and you will find people talking about it long after it closes, so make sure that you see it while you can.
This is yet another very fine piece of work from Brink that engages and challenges and should be on your Fringe list.
Leading South Australian theatre company Brink Productions unveiled its 2011 program today to an intimate audience at Jolley’s Boathouse, Adelaide.
Like a fine wine, Brink’s production of Andrew Bovell’s play has improved with age. It is a play that no serious theatregoer should miss.
Brink’s world premiere of Sydney writer, Matthew Whittet’s, latest play got off to a fine start, with director, Chris Drummond’s, usual firm hand, clear vision and attention to detail in evidence.
Leading South Australian theatre company Brink Productions unveiled its new brand identity and 2010 program today to a select audience at the Odeon Theatre, Norwood.