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Love is no accident in Accidental Productions fresh and unnerving production The Shape of Things - an expose of the art of seduction gone awry.
The State Theatre Company has broken the bonds of traditional theatrical fare and forayed into a brave new world with its latest show Attempts On Her Life.
HIT Productions’ Shirley Valentine is a charming rendition of Willy Russell’s one-woman play, but it lacks the punch and power that Russell’s script so richly deserves.
Stephen House’s new play Borrowed Time is an intriguing black comedy about the lives of seven aging television celebrities reunited decades after their stars have faded.
Holden Street Theatres has once again provided Adelaide with some of its finest drama, serving up rich and rewarding professional theatre in its latest Director’s Choice Season.
Discworld has returned to the Bakehouse Theatre in another Pratchett play – Carpe Jugulum. If this means nothing to you then the prolific literary produce of Pratchett has somehow passed you by.
This is a production of which any director, cast and theatre company should be proud.