|Diving For Pearls|
Katherine Thomson’s story about aspiration and reinvention is one of the great Australian plays. Set in Wollongong during the economic rationalism of the ‘80s, Diving for Pearls remains startlingly relevant – the political decisions of that time planted the seeds of divide we continue to witness between those with opportunity, and those without.
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What sounds like a silly as a supermarket trolley wheel romp, The Walworth Farce is a sinister...
STC’s new production of Saint Joan comes firmly recommended, reworking Shaw’s original text in...
Stalking The Bogeyman sifts through rage, recrimination and revenge, exploring ideas of...
This production of Snow White is spectacular. Strong and sensual woman lead the way and this...
In what might be either a psychotic break or a divine revelation, Harry Joy concludes that when...
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