Sometimes its hard to separate the genius in an evening of work that has two actors supported by a director (David Mealor) not afraid to facilitate empathy from an audience, a designer (Kathryn Sproul) who is not afraid to allow the actors to be the focus supported by minimal, subtle and supportive surroundings and costumes.
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.
Música Anonymous, presented by Zephry Quartet and soloist Jane Sheldon, offers a juxtaposition of traditional and modern folk music from around the world.
State Theatre SA has launched its 2015 program of plays which aim to provoke, inspire and delight with a celebration of modern & classic shows & big names.
Leigh Harrold has had a big week. First he goes and wins the Hugh D. T. Williamson Prize (first prize pianist) in the 2014 Mietta Song Competition, and then he stars in the first concert of the year for The Firm; the 102nd since inception. Continuing to be the best value concert in town, The Firm’s stellar 2014 program unfolds over five concerts on the Elder Hall stage, sharing the common theme of “The Waltz”.
A unique mixing of fairytale, modern drama and rock musical that is emotional, fascinating and totally spectacular, written specifically for Paul Capsis.
Award-winning Paul Capsis stars in the premiere of a compelling new adult fairytale & song cycle to leave you transported, uplifted and with tears in your eyes.
An examination of love, friendship, trust, letting go and how well we really know ourselves and others, told through the eyes of the inhabitants of Mary Street.
The Zephyr Quartet took us around the world with fourteen pieces of folk music that would have been completely at home at a world music festival.
The Firm’s final concert of the year showcased Leigh Harrold’s piano awesomeness, and some pretty amazing compositions.
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.
Brink has a reputation for quality work and this collaboration with English Touring Theatre has proved extremely productive resulting in work that is not to be missed.
This is yet another very fine piece of work from Brink that engages and challenges and should be on your Fringe list.
Like a fine wine, Brink’s production of Andrew Bovell’s play has improved with age. It is a play that no serious theatregoer should miss.
For their fist concert of the year The Firm presented soprano, Greta Bradman, and pianist, Leigh Harrold, accompanying her in an evening of vocal works.