Tight, tough, and darkly funny
A story of love and loss told with vibrant emotion by Renato Musolino.
Sometimes its hard to separate the genius in an evening of work that has two actors supported by a director (David Mealor) not afraid to facilitate empathy from an audience, a designer (Kathryn Sproul) who is not afraid to allow the actors to be the focus supported by minimal, subtle and supportive surroundings and costumes.
A holiday resort in the bush, on the edge of an infinity pool, seems to be the most tranquil place in the world; a place where you can shut off from the world and clear your mind. That is, unless you are one of the three characters in the State Theatre Company’s latest fare, Creditors.
The Juliet Letters are brought to life with local talents Michaela Burger, Cameron Goodall, Jude Henshall, and Jamie Jewell.
'Bitch Boxer' is a brilliant piece of theatre set against a backdrop of the 2012 London Olympic Games when female boxing was first allowed in the programme.
'Bitch Boxer' follows Chloe's struggle to find her place in a predominantly male world, leading the audience through her journey of sweat, heartache and tears.
Set in a motel with its core issue being the abuse and mistreatment of young people, this is very disturbing and confronting, yet captivating theatre.
The four performers are universally excellent in their individual characterisations but, more so, their ensemble work is superb. this is an exciting and engaging night of theatre.
This is one for your diary and it would be wise to book soon, as patrons are being very positive in their comments and word is spreading fast.
Flying Penguin Productions, in association with Adelaide Festival Centre’s inSPACE program, presents the South Australian Premiere of Blackbird, by David Harrower. “All your life, you were only waiting for this moment to be free.” Blackbird (Lennon/McCartney) Fifteen years ago Ray and Una had a relationship that ended suddenly. He was 40 and she was 12. They haven’t […]
Now, for a strictly limited season, True West returns as part of The Adelaide Fringe Festival from March 3 – 14, 2010.