Adelaide Rep’s version of the Pulitzer Prize-winning play Cat on a Hot Tin Roof is a delight. Director Barry Hill has delivered up a gratifyingly insinuating and refined production of the Tennessee Williams classic.
The cream of Adelaide’s 12 – 24 year old musicians celebrated the 150th anniversary of the opening of the Adelaide Town Hall, and entranced a capacity audience with their notable ability, energy and sheer enthusiasm in a splendid concert befitting the occasion.
University of Adelaide Theatre Guild’s production of The Two Gentlemen of Verona is utterly mesmeric.
Richard Trevaskis’ modern rendition of one of Gilbert and Sullivan’s best-loved operettas hums along due to a fine cast, discriminating costumery and a contemporary slant.
The narrative alludes to a profound concern for the environment and our relationship with the land and its people – issues that Judith Wright felt strongly about during her life as a conservationist and an Aboriginal rights activist.