Theatre Republic’s debut production unashamedly tackles young men in the Army and their decision to go to war.
If you’re looking for something fun and scary to do this Halloween, Horbland Graveyard is for you.
Under the direction of Judy Davis, Brian Friel’s Faith Healer is intense and rewarding theatre, rendered by an excellent cast.
The monologue Sea wall at first seems to be a story of joy, family and male bonding, unravelling to reveal a tragedy that feels like a real gut punch.
Opera singer and vocal coach Barbara Tanze is one of only eight certified Level 2 MDH Breathing Coordination practitioners in the world and she is coming to Adelaide to pass on her knowledge.
The real joy of this theatrical rendition is in the language, preserving the power and humour of Winton’s writing and its genuine Australian voice. Matched with some excellent staging and a solid ensemble of actors, That Eye, the Sky is a satisfying piece of theatre.
At a time of geopolitical tension, Stephen Sewell’s early classic ‘Welcome The Bright World’ comes roaring back to the Australian stage for the first time in 35 years
Fleur Kilpatrick’s play, Terrestrial, touches upon universal truths, and minor flaws in this slightly frayed production do not deter its key concerns from having a significant impact.
I want to reveal the beauty in the true authentic. The authentic behind the performed rendition of authentic. The beauty in the dag released.
If you haven’t seen The Choir Of Man’s show yet, make the effort to grab a ticket whilst you can. It is a show that you will find hard to beat for value, energy, and the sheer joy of that is encapsulated in the performance.