Five characters examine their relationship with Atlanta, a member of their group who is now dead, and with each other.
Although not a household name in Australia, this prolific contemporary German playwright and theatre director has written an allegory bathed in magic realism and tricked out with quirky cinematic idiosyncracies.
Presented by Accidental Productions Reviewed 7 Oct 2016 Are you in need of a good laugh? Well, get yourself down to the Bakehouse Theatre and buy a ticket for Out of the Ordinary. It will cure your ills and leave you feeling better about life! The story is about a girl who just wants to be […]
In his comedy/drama, 'Biography: A Game' Max Frisch questions our ability to change against our own habits, our desire for immediate gratification, and our fear of the unknown.
James Johnson’s play 'The Audition' asks the question “Just how far would an actor go to get the part?” But there is so much more to this psychological drama.
When an offhand remark about his girlfriend’s looks is met with a seemingly disproportionate response, we’re thrown into Neil LaBute’s pointed but comical obsession with vanity.
Should love be blind? Our obsession with physical beauty is confronted headlong in the perceptive and exhilarating comedy, Reasons To Be Pretty by Neil LaBute.
Accidental Productions have a challenging and rewarding performance on their hands that is likely to sell out, so do not wait too long to get yopur tickets.
Joh Hartog, has hit on a winning script at a time near the end of a dreary winter when we could all use a good laugh, and there are plenty to be had here.
This is a collection of very short plays with a linking motif; the ubiquitous umbrella. Every play involves at least one umbrella.