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"Man and Superman" at the Lyttleton, National Theatre

Yesterday Kath and I went to see George Bernard Shaw’s famous play, “Man and Superman”, at the Lyttleton Theatre at the National. A Saturday matinee performance, which started at 1.30 and finished at 5pm. 900 more words


'Death of a Salesman' Review

Arthur Miller’s ‘Death of a Salesman’ at its core is a story of disintegration. It deconstructs the ideals of the ‘American Dream’, shows the destruction of a family and finally describes the decay of a man’s sanity. 686 more words

Arthur Miller

Happy Belated Birthday, Shakespeare

I’d originally planned to write this post on Thursday, but I’ve been a bit poorly this week. Nothing serious, but enough that I’ve found myself spending a lot of time sitting on the sofa, trying and failing to summon the energy to do anything productive. 495 more words

Happy Things

in conversation: riot stage on adolescence, global warming, frozen yoghurt and the end of the world

I saw Forever City mid-Comedy Festival, when the only time I could make it was during the school matinee. Every time I laughed, the four students sitting in front of me turned to stare, bemused at my reaction. 980 more words


The Unexpected Guest: C.P. Shakes

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A special guest showed up for the 5th Annual Shakespeare Sonnet Slam, in which I participated, in Central Park this week.

C.P. Shakes, arrived with Perdita the Pigeon on his shoulder, and performed Sonnet #149 with the bird taking every other line. 95 more words


Review: Storm Boy (Barking Gecko / Sydney Theatre Company)

Venue: Wharf 1 Sydney Theatre Company (Walsh Bay NSW), Apr 24 – May 17, 2015
Playwright: Tom Holloway (based on the book by Colin Thiele) 532 more words


We are back!

Hello everyone!

It’s been a while since we’ve been on our blog- but work never really stopped at our Dù Headquarters.

So here we are- back and ready to rock the stage! 140 more words