The Mistress & A Solitary Choice

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.

Carpe Jugulum | Unseen Theatre Company

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.

Blue/Orange | State Theatre Company of South Australia
Blue/Orange is an excellent and humourous exposition of this diaphanous dichotomy, of power and self-interest, of the bureaucratic regulation of human caring, and of the fact that not all doctors are saints.

Les Misérables | Gilbert & Sullivan Society of SA
Les Misérables has justifiably become one of the world’s favourite musicals, and it is capable of lifting audiences to great heights of emotion, and to their feet at the end of a performance such as this.

San Lazaro
Billed as “the tightest Latin outfit to come from Australia so far” San Lazaro certainly lived up to its reputation.

Deep Blue
Billing themselves as “Australia’s newest orchestra”, Deep Blue is anything but a traditional symphony orchestra.

Keating! | Company B
From the moment the band started with its pre-show tune and audience warm-up, it was clear that this was going to be a fine professional performance.

Black Grace
The performance by Black Grace, New Zealand’s leading contemporary dance company was a WOMAD exclusive and included a collection of short sections from the company’s repertoire of celebrated works

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