Theatre is often the art of telling an old tale in a new way and sometimes we think we know all the story has to tell us until someone like author Peter Rothstein puts it differently.
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Decadent, wild, fast, packed, noisy, colourful, clever, atmospheric, unusual, ribald, unexpected and enormous fun are just a few of the applicable adjectives for Club Swizzle.
We were taken on a global journey starting with a Hebrew song well sung by Naomi and to such varied cultures as those from Guinea, Spain, America and West Africa.
How do you pronounce Vale? To rhyme with whale or to rhyme with Calais? It is the former, although argument rages about how it should be pronounced when it means goodbye.
It was a joyful, demanding, emotionally churning play that doesn’t go away at its end but leaves so much to think about afterwards.
The Adelaide Repertory Theatre can be relied on at all times and when it promises “an evening of high drama and musical interludes” it means high jinks are on the way - and so it proved to be.
Burlesque by Force is persistently provocative, munificent and shrewd.
Despite its grammatical inaccuracy, the title of this play by Steve Franco is beguiling and the Blackwood Players took it on with gusto.
This is a remarkable and very timely and pertinent play, expertly staged and directed by Libby...
There's something special about Aussie rural country towns. They all share some characteristics...