In Family Values, David Williamson softens us up with a string of rib tickling zingers, the dialogue dancing like a butterfly, before the zingers become stingers, a swarm of recriminations and rebukes, fanning out from the familial and into the wider world.
It’s been a long time coming, but the Melbourne Theatre Company’s production of William Shakespeare’s As You Like It finally premiered at the Sumner Theatre.
Bees, death, astrophysics, entymology, string theory, words, and most of all, relationships are all features of this engaging play, but you don't have to know anything about any of them to be able to enjoy this final production for 2021 of the Adelaide Rep.
After twenty-one years with the Sydney Theatre Company, the Wharf Review has jumped ship, so to speak, dropping their anchor of satirical rancour and mooring at the York Theatre in the Seymour Centre.
The soul of this piece is not the clothes themselves but what is hidden or declared in reference to the garments and how the characters and the people in their lives remember them.
It’s been a long time in the making but Red Stitch Actors' Theatre was at last able to present the world premiere of Prayer Machine.
Creative Partnerships Australia announce the seven remarkable 2021 Creative Partnerships Awards recipients who generously provide support to enhance arts and culture across Australia.