This is experimental theatre, no fixed dialogue, just general directions in which the conversation may go.
As we walk into the Odeon Theatre, performer Tiago Rodrigues is already on stage. A simple, white floor, has been dressed with eleven chairs, on one of which sits Rodrigues, reading a book. At his feet are some rustic, wooden, fruit crates, filled with old books.
Commissioned by State Theatre Company S.A. to write a work which examines the world of Australian Rules football and the varieties of sexual misconduct found within it, playwright Patricia Cornelius has written an intricate and elegant 6-hander which plays like chamber music.
Patch Theatre Company's latest production is a show for children 4-8 years old, Inspired by three books by Stephen Michael King, including 'Emily Loves to Bounce'.
Patch Theatre Company is about to mount a Family Season of its hit, 'Emily Loves To Bounce'. Glam's Arts Editor, Brian Godfrey chats to Patch's Artistic Director, Naomi Edwards.
This production is primarily a celebration of the 50th anniversary of The Australian Dance Theatre and the man who had such a strong influence it: Eleo Pomare.
Jennifer Barry, in conjunction with Pomare Productions, is proud to announce the upcoming production of Dancers With Dirty Feet,
An effective ghost story set in 1937 when a wealthy mine owner faces the 10th anniversary of the death of his son, and a wife who has decided she should be with the child.
George Bernard Shaw’s Caesar and Cleopatra arrives on stage thanks to Independent Theatre, full of all the laughs, tragedy and intrigue of it’s past renditions.
Independent Theatre's 30th anniversary begins with a timeless political comedy with surprising relevance today...
A mysterious young man appears one evening in the Flaherty public house claiming to have just killed and buried his father. His story entrances the residents and begins to attract all manner of obsessive, eccentric locals.
Far from the Madding Crowd is based on Thomas Hardy’s pastoral novel, set in the mid-nineteenth century. It follows the coming-of-age of Miss Bathsheba Everdene as she struggles to run a farm in a patriarchal Victorian society.
Patch Theatre company have delivered a visually spectacular delight. This show, simply, is fun and enjoyable for both you and your children.
A Pulitzer prize winning novel, an Academy Award nominated film directed by Orson Welles, and now a great stage play by Rob Croser. Rush for tickets, as this is sure to draw huge crowds.
The company last performed this play in 1980 in St. Peter’s Cathedral. Get along and see this work for some fine performances, acute direction, and great production values.
This is a rare chance to see this once controversial, powerful, landmark play, and when better than in the 100th year since White's birth and just past the half century since the play was first produced.
This is another winning production from this talented and enthusiastic team and you should certainly try to get a ticket before it sells out.
Presented by Independent Theatre Reviewed Friday 5th November 2010 http://www.independenttheatre.org.au/season2010.html Venue: Odeon Theatre, 57A Queen Street, Norwood Season: to Sat 13th November various days and times, see the BASS web site for details Duration: 2hrs 15min incl interval Tickets: adult $30/conc $25 Bookings: BASS 131 241 or http://www.bass.net.au (booking fee applies) Artistic Director, Rob Croser’s, […]
This is another excellent offering from Independent with Croser’s usual attention to detail and understanding of the importance of careful casting in evidence.
This is another top quality production from Independent Theatre that should be on your ‘must see’ list, but hurry, as it closes on Saturday 1st May.