For their final offering of 2020, the State Theatre Company of South Australia presents David Lindsay-Abaire's mischievous production, Ripcord.
State Theatre Company’s Resident Director Nescha Jelk directs Emily Steel’s brand new adaptation of Ben Jonson’s outstanding and outrageous comedy, starring paul Blackwell.
An examination of love, friendship, trust, letting go and how well we really know ourselves and others, told through the eyes of the inhabitants of Mary Street.
Fugitive is an original retelling of Robin Hood, set in a dystopian future where leaderless knights harass the weak and an all-powerful sheriff controls all.
You will not leave the theatre unmoved by this excellent piece of work, so be sure to make a date soon with Hedda Gabler.
Ibsen’s enigmatic heroine is brought to life by one of Australia’s most exciting young actors, Alison Bell, in a new adaptation of Hedda Gabler by leading Australian playwright Joanna Murray-Smith.
This production is the best thing that I have seen from this company in many years, and is the sort of high quality performances and direction, challenging writing, and superb production values that we should always be able to expect.
Anton Chekov's tragi-comedy is about three city bred girls, the Prozorof sisters, who find themselves trapped in a small provincial town. This is a powerful play that still has relevance today.
This reworking and modernisation of the Robin Hood myth is heavily blended with elements of the Star Wars saga. This is another fine piece of work from Windmill, this time for the older section of their audience.
This is probably the best thing that State Theatre has offered for some time, so try to catch it.