A love story with the usual two lovers but a myriad of endings/possibilities
The passionate and talented team behind Venus in Fur create an electric night of theatre.
Director Tony Knight has skilfully arranged a series of Shakespeare’s most beloved soliloquies, sonnets, and songs into five themes (Wooing, Surmises, Ambition, Melancholy and Madness, and Death).
Frankie and Johnny are representative of everyone who has any memory of that first date that turns into the beginning of a lifetime commitment.
STARC’s latest offering is a series of one-act plays by David Ives from his collection entitled All in the Timing.
This production reminds us that Jesus was an immigrant, a refugee and was persecuted for no other good reason. A modern parable of his story sees someone like Judas, but is this case called Youssef, being questioned and tortured to reveal the whereabouts of their leader, a preacher from the desert speaking of peace, forgiveness and love.
There’s always a story behind the outer façade of ordinary people and Two explores the somewhat humorous, sometimes depressing lives of those found in a local English pub.
Jean Genet’s complex play is definitely wordy but well written.
A single, female, psychiatrist, has just returned home to her small house in Randall Canyon, in the Hollywood hills. She locks up behind her, as a psychopath is roaming the Canyon, not killing women, but rendering them lobotomized and paralyzed.
When a woman at home alone overcomes a would-be rapist, it becomes his word against hers and self-defence turns to torture as the situation spirals out of control.
'Old Times' is directed by former head of NIDA Acting, Tony Knight and stars Rachael Wegener, Marc Clement and Charlotte Rose.