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A Tight, Living Room Drama of a Family in Crisis, "Appropriate" Explores Truth-Telling and Dark Histories Wesley Enoch’s exuberant return to the Sydney Theatre Company to direct African-American playwright Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’ Appropriate is a wild ride...
20th July 2021, Heidi Norman and Jennifer Newman Australia, Review, Sydney
Australia’s Settler and First Nations Histories Meet in The Wild of The Bush in "Dogged" Review: Dogged, directed by Declan Greene. Griffin Theatre Company in association with Force Majeure. Dingo (Sandy Greenwood, a Gumbaynggirr, Dunghutti, and...
13th May 2021, Liza-Mare Syron Australia, Dramaturgy, Review
“We Wish We’d Had This Show When We Were Kids”: Interview With "The Glitter Garden" Playwrights George Fowler and Lori Leigh The Glitter Garden by George Fowler and Lori Leigh. Directed by Lori Leigh. Circa Theatre, Wellington, 30 September - 10...
14th May 2021, David O'Donnell Interview, LGBTQ Theatre, New Zealand, Playwriting, Theatre and Gender, Theatre for Young Audiences
New Zealand Covid Response Dramatized in Moving Verbatim Play: "Transmission" by Stuart McKenzie Transmission written by Stuart McKenzie. Directed by Miranda Harcourt and Stuart McKenzie. 20 April – 2 May 2021. BATS Theatre,...
6th May 2021, David O'Donnell Documentary Theatre, New Zealand, Review, Theatre and Politics
The Blurred Line Between Film and Theatre: An Experience of Simon Stone’s "Medea" at the Time of Pandemic Simon Stone made a contemporary version of Medea by radically adapting Euripides’s Greek tragedy about the daughter of King Aeëtes...
1st May 2021, Mahsa Foroughi Australia, Essay, Theatre and Film
Galup Theatrical Walking Tour Recalls the Dancing and Violence of the Colonial Encounter Review: Galup, by Ian Wilkes and Poppy van Oorde-Grainger, Perth Festival with Same Drum and Performing Lines. Galup is a “theatricalized”...
24th March 2021, Jonathan W. Marshall Australia, Immersive Theatre, Review
Part Escape Room, Part Choose-Your-Own Adventure -- The Whodunit Whistleblower has The Audience at its Heart Review: Whistleblower, directed by Arielle Gray, Wyatt Nixon-Lloyd, and Tim Watts. The Last Great Hunt for Perth Festival. The Whistleblower is...
17th March 2021, Leah Mercer Australia, Participatory Theatre, Review
"Playing Beatie Bow" is Brought to Thundering Life in a Joyous Stage Production Playing Beatie Bow is the coming-of-age story of the teenage Abigail, who, from her home in Sydney’s The Rocks, slips...
14th March 2021, Vanessa Berry Adaptation, Australia, Review, Sydney




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