Tammy Anderson
Anderson effortlessly creates a kaleidoscope of characters; a twist of a limb, a tweak of the voice and they are there on stage.

The Pitch
Houghton runs through a gamut of characters, emotions and increasingly absurd movie storylines as we watch his alter-ego Walter Weinermann create the film that he is about to pitch.

Noir
Welcome to the world of Noir, a play steeped in the conventions of film noir but which playfully both utilises and subverts its archetypes.

The First Step on a Tram Is Hell
Sue Ingleton’s latest show is a soft-hearted tribute to the hardiness and perversity of old age.

Love's Triumph
Always paying homage to the 60s, when assassinations were so much more fun, Crawford has steeped the story in the richness of not-quite-contemporary language, unmistakably, laconically all-Australian

Middle Eastern Cultural Festival
The warmth of the autumn sunshine follows me into the shade of the Adelaide Festival Centre Plaza where a ring of tent canopies, stalls and a babble of voices greet me.

Tunks For The Memories
Tunks never denies or belittles his Blacktown-born-and-bred roots: he wears such, proudly, defiantly, right next to his heart, on his sleeve, as well he should

John Gabriel Borkman
Ibsen’s theatre revolution changed theatre to something that was art and not just entertainment. QTC’s production of this Ibsen classic, was not even entertaining.

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