Big Bad Wolf is not about the evil creature that you think you already know; he is simply just a misunderstood character!
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.
Fugitive is an original retelling of Robin Hood, set in a dystopian future where leaderless knights harass the weak and an all-powerful sheriff controls all.
Set in a motel with its core issue being the abuse and mistreatment of young people, this is very disturbing and confronting, yet captivating theatre.
Big Bad Wolf is a funny, charming and sweet show that champions friendship and tolerance. It is a play children will love and learn from.
Windmill continues its mission to create great theatre that engages children and family audiences with its latest home-grown production Big Bad Wolf in the July school holidays.
If the content does not deter you, and there are some whose dispositions might not cope, this is an example of fine acting in very difficult roles and well worth seeing for the performances and complex characterisations.
This is one for your diary and it would be wise to book soon, as patrons are being very positive in their comments and word is spreading fast.
Anton Chekov's tragi-comedy is about three city bred girls, the Prozorof sisters, who find themselves trapped in a small provincial town. This is a powerful play that still has relevance today.
Martin Crimp's version moves the action from the Court of Louis XIV to a London hotel room, where Célimène becomes Jennifer, a 22 year old Hollywood actress, notable more for her lack of clothing in her films than her acting skills
This reworking and modernisation of the Robin Hood myth is heavily blended with elements of the Star Wars saga. This is another fine piece of work from Windmill, this time for the older section of their audience.