Adelaide’s world renowned No Strings Attached Theatre of Disability once again shows how it is done.
Miranda Tapsell stars in and co-writes this warm, sophisticated Aussie rom-com.
Four men, four beds, four lockers, they all gaze at you as you enter their space, unflinching, unapologetic. It is a space of confrontation, examination and the cold hard reality of an army training
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.
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.
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 environmental scientist has had his house damaged & loses ten years of valuable research during a deluge of floods & rain. leading him to examine his life.
Van Badham’s play examines security, both national and, in particular, personal, with social media like Facebook making us vulnerable to scrutiny and abuse.
With themes covering our need for love, connectivity and community; plays consisting of classics, new Australian works and works daring to push the envelope; and a line up of local, interstate and even international talent, next year’s season promises to be quite exciting with a little something for everyone.
A genuinely moving and funny performance from start to finish, Rita Kalnejais’ Babyteeth is the confronting tale of a family struggling with the illness of their fourteen-year-old daughter.
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.
Corey McMahon has not only selected a superb cast, but he has dug deeply into the script to create a tense and disturbing production. Make sure that you see it.
It consists of numerous short scenes that appear to revolve around the same group of people.The quiz scenes drew plenty of laughs, and the audience clearly related to the idea of a place where all of your lost property ends up.