The Boy Who Talked To Dogs is a unique theatrical experience, produced in collaboration between Slingsby and the State Theatre Company of South Australia.
A genuinely moving and funny performance from start to finish, Rita Kalnejais’ Babyteeth is the confronting tale of a family struggling with the illness of their fourteen-year-old daughter.
Presented by You’re Dreaming Reviewed Thursday 15th November 2012 This play tells the story of Kara and Rach, who are alike as chalk and cheese. Opposites, we are told, attract, and that happens here. Rach goes to the pool to float and see how long she can hold her breath. Kara goes there to swim, […]
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.
If the content does not deter you, and there are some whose dispositions might not cope, this is an example of fine acting in very difficult roles and well worth seeing for the performances and complex characterisations.
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.
This piece covers a vast amount in short space of time in a thoroughly absorbing and intriguing performance that will leave you thinking and talking about it afterwards.
Tutti are presenting another show that is guaranteed to make friends and influence people. Under the sensitive direction of Daisy Brown, five performers explore the theme of being alone and lonely, through a combination of physical and text based theatre.