Tight, tough, and darkly funny
As One is a dark and ridiculous comedy about tribal belonging, brought to you by the company that presented Deluge in the 2016 Adelaide Festival of Arts.
Set in the latter part of 1965 into 1966 Jasper Jones is filled with the adventures of 13 year old Charlie Bucktin after he is visited in the night by Jasper Jones who is the catalyst for Charlie's journey into adulthood through misadventure after misadventure.
Three ladies having a girls’ night out, workmates who are there for various reasons, and at the next table a couple of blokes waiting for a mate to join them, such a typical scenario.
Price Check' is a great little Aussie musical set in a local supermarket and has been penned and produced by ex-Adelaidean, Sean Weatherly, and is currently performing here in his home town.
In Midsummer Night’s Dream Shakespeare called them Rude Mechanicals, common folk who want to perform for the Prince and maybe win his favour.
Ray Lawler wrote the iconic Summer of the Seventeenth Doll in the fifties, but that doesn’t mean the spirit has gone out of it
Oscar Wilde's classic comedy of manners and mistaken identity when two friends assume the name of Earnest to win the affections of their sweethearts.
Once in a while something new and exciting turns up on the Adelaide theatre scene, and this is most definitely one of those times. You will not forget this work in a hurry and you will find people talking about it long after it closes, so make sure that you see it while you can.
Watching Sepia feels like stumbling scross a pleasant surprise.
This is yet another very fine piece of work from Brink that engages and challenges and should be on your Fringe list.