Rachael Ward directs this feel-good Aussie movie about a group of middle-aged friends.
Switzerland is an impressive balance between the contrasting genres of comedy and drama as the audience witnesses a humorously combative relationship bloom between strangers, foregrounded by a questionable sanity and a looming, ominous death.
Five characters examine their relationship with Atlanta, a member of their group who is now dead, and with each other.
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 is a world class performance with world-wide, universal appeal. If Bernadette Robinson does not get to tour the globe with this production, then there is something very wrong, somewhere.
“The best Aykbourn play, Alan Aykbourn never wrote…” – The Independent, London, 2008 The Female of the Species, written by Australian playwright Joanna Murray-Smith, is the latest drama production from local amateur theatre group, The Stirling Players. Based loosely on a real incident involving Germaine Greer, the play features Margo Mason, a literary giant whose world […]