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Birdwatchers' Wives | Theatre Review


Towering over us and elegantly decked out by designer David Curtis-Ring in a full feather gown, Caroline Smith is the modesty-lacking part-bird, part-diva Rita. 368 more words

Theatre Reviews

in conversation: on theatre, football, indigenous leadership and walking into the bigness

I love conducting audience conversations. I love that moment of walking up to strangers in a foyer (or as they leave a tent) and asking if I can stick a microphone in their face for twenty minutes. 2,926 more words


Shakespeare in Love (28/8/2014)

I had high expectations when I entered the Noel Coward theatre to see Shakespeare in Love. Not only do I love the 1998 film, starring Joseph Fiennes and Gwyneth Paltrow, I had read… 285 more words


Sweet Little Lies?

Hello there, reader!  How’s your week been?

Last night I got to see The Crucible at the Old Vic, which was excellent in many ways (Richard Armitage as John Proctor being the main one), and exhausting in others (the play finished at 11pm, and in the short time since I got home from Edinburgh Fringe I’ve lost the knack of staying out quite so late).   497 more words


In the light of the Blue Moon

Dave Mann

What do you think of when you hear the words ‘blue moon’? A blue moon could be something beautiful, something scary, a symbol of lunacy, or simply a rarity. 339 more words


The God Of Hell (Mophead Productions / Sydney Independent Theatre Company)

Venue: Old Fitzroy Theatre (Woolloomooloo NSW), Aug 26 – Sep 13, 2014
Playwright: Sam Shepard
Director: Rodney Fisher
Cast: Vanessa Downing, Jake Lyall, Ben McIvor, Tony Poli… 581 more words


Highlighted Sections I

(The following is a ‘found poem’ using the highlighted bits from a secondhand copy of Howard Barker’s Arguments for a Theatre.)

We are living
The extinction… 62 more words