This solo performance piece is based on the golden era of movies filled with lies and intrigue, laced with the sex and betrayal, that surrounded many of the young female stars
This weekend, young South Australian actors aged 10-21 are staging two family-friendly one-act plays at Holden Street Theatres.
Promising playwright Jessica Swale’s excellent script is set in Cambridge and Girton College in 1896-7, when girls were meant to marry and become domesticated and not use their clearly inferior brains.
Next Fall is a character driven play, boasting local talent and offering a beautiful heartbreak.
First there was 'Rambo', then II, III and IV - and now, the biggest of all Action Heroes, MAN-BO!!
This play is remarkable in the way it treats so many subjects, so open and honest and above all ringing of truth.
Based on a meeting in Moscow of a young Australian and a Russian Tour Guide, the complex plot revolves around the fact that neither is who they claim to be.
This story chronicles the day to day existence of the mother of an undiagnosed child who is obliviously “on the spectrum”
Was it The Major, The Writer, The Servant, The Drunk, The Emigré, The Hostess, The Number 1 Fan or The Doctor?
Red Phoenix and Verendus Theatre are presenting a fine performance to rekindle interest in theatre.
The Odd Couple has hit the stage at the Holden Street Theatres in a local production of the 1965 Broadway classic.
With COVID restrictions making economically-viable live theatre difficult, Red Phoenix and Holden Street have come up with an ingenious solution.
Director Tony Knight has skilfully arranged a series of Shakespeare’s most beloved soliloquies, sonnets, and songs into five themes (Wooing, Surmises, Ambition, Melancholy and Madness, and Death).
Henry Naylor is renowned for his complex and spell binding stories and The Nights is no exception.
From the moment Martha Lott strides onstage as the lights go up on Grounded, you know you’re in for the ride of a lifetime.
Basically, a love story told with dialogue and movement, this production was developed by Award winning playwright Iskandar R. Sharazuddin who also performs as Alex in this complex dance drama fusion.
Liz Lochhead has brought us a new look at Moliere’s take on the ultimate conman. Set in a Scottish living room in the 1940’s it might almost qualify as a foreign language entry; hence the sur-titles to let us all in on the jokes!
Matt Byrne Media has got religion! The Little Sisters of Hoboken have taken over Holden Street Theatres with this funny show written by Dan Goggin. In the guise of a fund-raising concert to raise money to bury their unfortunate sisters, the nuns take any excuse to take the spotlight.
Matt Byrne Media religiously presents the SA Premiere of the funny nunny musical Nunsense A-Men at Holden Street Theatres this month.
Art provides an interesting example of how one single action (in this case the purchase of a painting) can trigger the emotional fracturing of a 15 year friendship and where the possibility of a resolution seems almost non-existent.