Red Phoenix and Verendus Theatre are presenting a fine performance to rekindle interest in theatre.
With COVID restrictions making economically-viable live theatre difficult, Red Phoenix and Holden Street have come up with an ingenious solution.
From the pen of renowned author Tim Firth, The Flint Street Nativity is a comic gem. Anyone who has attended school plays for the early years of their children’s education will be able to relate to the characters, played, of course, by adults.
Make sure your roller skates are shined and leg warmers pulled up – we’re going to the 1980’s! Join the Adelaide Theatre Academy as they transport you back in time with their production of Xanadu JR.
Caligula (Gaius Julius Caesar Germanicus) was the third Emperor of the Roman Empire known for supposedly sleeping with all his sisters, executing landowners to take control of their lands, closing granaries to cause starvation and taking the wives of his senators and putting them into brothels (when he wasn't killing their children). Also, he reputedly had conversations with the moon and adored his horse so much that he was going to make it a member of the Roman Senate.
Written in 1971 whilst in prison, Vaclav Havel regarded this as the weakest of his plays. After seeing it again in 2007 he decided he actually liked the play because of the way it was performed.
Tale as old as time, and one that’s perfect for the whole family! Disney's Beauty and the Beast Jr is the classic Disney story of forbidden love
There’s a lot more to this political thriller than a tale of two quibbling siblings. Hannie Rayson's play runs like a televised current affairs report, showing the underside of Australian politics.
'Two Brothers' may be the most politically controversial Australian play of the last 25 years. It created a media cyclone when it was first produced by the Melbourne Theatre Company.
David Williamson's Australian classic, 'Don's Party' has spawned a sequel, 'Don Parties On' in which Gillard and Abbott get a serve this time round.
Following their sellout season of Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus, Holden Street Theatres' resident theatre company Red Phoenix return with the Adelaide premiere of David Williamson's Don Parties On.
Butterfly Theatre are about to present a short season of three Aussie plays in the Roulette season by Raimondo Cortese; Hotel; Fortune; and Night.
Lord Of The Flies meets The Office? Or perhaps Devil’s Island and Gilligan’s Island? Either way it’s hell for the participant’s but fun for the audience!
Nominated for a Laurence Olivier Award for Best Comedy, this British comedy is funnier than 'Lord of the Flies' and scarier than 'Gilligan’s Island'!
Shakespeare's 'Scottish tragedy' is the latest production for the Guild, with Michael Eustice directing Brant Eustice and Amanda Shillabeer. Make sure you go to see this riveting production, but don't take too long organising your tickets because word will spread quickly.
The Guild is currently showing that it is possible to make a silk purse out of a sow’s ear, with this fine production of David Williamson’s rather unexceptional play.