THEATRE & PERFORMANCE

THEATRE: WHAT A SHOCK N SHAME

Returning from London to present What a Shock ‘N’ Shame writer Tony Taylor delivers a thoroughly theatrical evening of laughs with just a dash of … Read more

DANCE: THE CURIOSITIES

“I don’t believe art and science exist in an antagonistic relationship,” says creator of The Curiosities Sue Healey. Her latest piece, which she both choreographed … Read more

THEATRE: THE BOUGAINVILLE PHOTOPLAY PROJECT

The Bougainville Photoplay Project is part performance, part archive, part lecture and part personal history. It traces the story of writer/performer/academic Paul Dwyer and his … Read more

THEATRE: SILVER

Matthew Whittet has created a unique piece of theatre in his one man play Silver. He sits on a chair in a theatre cut in … Read more

THEATRE: ADDRESS UNKNOWN

Through an exchange of letters across the Atlantic and preceding WWII, this play of two friends explores notions of human morality during what was a … Read more

BALLADS OF THE BUSH

Reviewed by Don Grieve CITY RECITAL HALL Angel Place, Pitt Street, Sydney This is fabulous entertainment. Gavin Lockley’s remarkable imagination and creativity as a composer … Read more

GIVEAWAY: CRY HAVOC’S JULIUS CAESAR

For your chance to win a double pass to Cry Havoc’s Julius Caesar – think classic with a twist – on November 5th, contact us … Read more

THEATRE: CRY HAVOC’S JULIUS CAESAR

It sounds decidedly like a battle whoop. “Cry havoc and let slip the dogs of war,” mutters Antony in Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar. Emerging theatre … Read more

THEATRE: BEFORE THE EMBRACE

“Life is in the leaving out,” announces Stuart (Shaun Martindale), one of the six central characters in acclaimed writer/director Paul Gilchrist’s latest production for subtlenuance… Read more

THEATRE: WIZARD OF OZ

Forget following the yellow brick road. In this production, Dorothy’s going to pave it herself and pick the destination. “We activated Dorothy and made her … Read more