This is a little gem of theatre. The writing crackles, the acting dazzles, and design is a textbook exemplar of economy, ingenuity and delight.
Peter Quilter's play examines the last days of a true STAR, Judy Garland.
The astounding line-up of the 2016 event has been announced, including 7 world premieres, and 20 events EXCLUSIVE TO ADELAIDE over the 18 day festival.
Adelaide Festival Centre cemented its position as one of the nation’s leading cultural precincts with the unveiling of its 2015 program
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.
You will not leave the theatre unmoved by this excellent piece of work, so be sure to make a date soon with Hedda Gabler.
At the end of the performance, Musolino was given a greatly deserved standing ovation, and three curtain calls. That alone tells you that this should be on your Festival list.
This is the last production from State Theatre for this year and they could not ask for a bigger finish. Better still is the fact that it is involving so many South Australians.
This production is the best thing that I have seen from this company in many years, and is the sort of high quality performances and direction, challenging writing, and superb production values that we should always be able to expect.
The famous ‘memory play’, written by ‘Tennessee’ Williams, is getting another outing under the direction of Artistic Director, Adam Cook. Cook is going out on a triumphal high note with this production.
Written by Adam Long, Daniel Singer and Jess Winfield for The Reduced Shakespeare Company and first performed at the Edinburgh Fringe in 1987, this play reduces all 37 plays and the sonnets into a couple of hours of hilarity.
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
The State Theatre Company of SA will perform Martin Crimp’s verion of The Misanthrope at Her Majesty’s Theatre from February 18 to March 13. The play revolves around Alceste, a character angered by the vanity of the modern world. His defiance to reject the world is challenged when he falls in love with an American […]
This is certainly a contender for the title of State Theatre’s best play of the 2010 season, so far, and it definitely deserves good audiences.
One of the most celebrated plays of the decade, French playwright Yasmina Reza’s God of Carnage is a comedy of manners without the manners.
William Shakespeare’s “star-cross’d lovers” are getting another airing, this time under the direction of Geordie Brookman for State Theatre in his own adaptation of the script, written in association with Nicki Bloom.