Page 8 | Company B

David Page is a natural story-teller and is comfortable on stage, taking the audience along with him on his journey of self discovery

Richard II | University of Adelaide Theatre Guild

In contrast to his comedies, Shakespeare’s tragedies are intense, long and never end well. Their attraction lies in the characterization and the rhyme and metre – the poetry of the language.

The Hypochondriac | Brink Productions

Brink Productions has lost its mojo with its longwinded adaptation of Moliere’s The Hypochondriac.

The Memory of Water | State Theatre Company of South Australia
Whatever kind of “memory” water may have, I am certain that every person in the audience of this play will have real memories stirred by it.

Accidental Productions’ latest is a hot abstract tale of imaginary desert tales performed on a cold winter’s night in Adelaide.

Accidental Productions’ latest is a hot abstract tale of imaginary desert tales performed on a cold winter’s night in Adelaide.

My Boy Jack | Independent Theatre

My Boy Jack is no whimsical children’s fable written by popular British author Rudyard Kipling. Rather it is a heartrending, thought-provoking revelation about the author’s children, in particular Kipling’s relationship with his son Jack.

Three In The Back, Two In The Head

The title Three in the Back, Two in The Head refers to gunshots in this brilliantly crafted political thriller.

Mnemonic | State Theatre Company of South Australia
Memories and their meanings are the stuff of this remarkable piece of theatre

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This is a production of which any director, cast and theatre company should be proud.