Samuel Beckett wrote Roughs for radio. So, how would you stage them as plays? The answer is simple and blindingly obvious: blindfold the audience!
A very dark, blacker-than-black comedy about 3 young people who kidnap their landlord's dog for a joke, leading to a dark and unexpected turn of events.
For seventeen years, two sugarcane cutters have journeyed to Melbourne to catch up with two women but this year things change as truths are revealed.
August: Osage County is the comic-tragic story of the very dysfunctional Weston family in all their alcoholic, drug-induced, pot-smoking, abusive splendour.
It is great to find something new and a little different. Homemade Fusion is just that - not only good, but also packed with home-made talent!
As difficult as birdies and eagles are to find when you really want one when on a golf course, fairies are even more rare, except in this operetta.
This is a pleasant enough evening out, which should improve with increased pace as the season progresses, and it offers some good performances that make it worth seeing, but is ultimately let down by the script.
This surely has to be the best musical that Therry have ever presented, so be sure to see it.
This is an excellent effort from all concerned and deserves full houses, but it only has a few performances, so book quickly.