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"Stay Woke" Reminded Me of The Importance of Telling Stories of Injustice by Those Most Affected by It Review: Stay Woke, by Aran Thangaratnam, directed by Bridget Balodis. The lingering smell of incense and the hurried crunching of murukku...
17th May 2022, Niro Kandasamy Australia, LGBTQ Theatre, Review
"Heroes of the Fourth Turning": How Theatre Can Serve as a Mode of Inquiry into Right Wing Ideas Why did 46.8% of Americans vote for Donald Trump in the 2020 election? Why did approximately 2,000 of them attack...
3rd May 2022, Julian Meyrick Australia, Playwriting, Review, Theatre and Politics
Ambiguity and Amorality: Is Douglas Stewart’s "Ned Kelly" One of Australia’s Great Forgotten Plays? In 1943, Dolia Ribush, a Russian-speaking Latvian theatre director of medium height and considerable charm, made an illegal trip to...
8th April 2022, Julian Meyrick Australia, Directing, Essay, Theatre and Politics
An "Extraordinary Collaboration" — "Watershed: The Death of Dr. Duncan" is a Sensational and Important Work Review: Watershed: The Death of Dr. Duncan, directed by Neil Armfield for the Adelaide Festival. 50 years ago this May, Dr....
5th April 2022, William Peterson Australia, LGBTQ Theatre, Musical Theatre, Review
Bell Shakespeare’s "Hamlet" Highlights the "Claustrophobic Personal Dynamics" of Shakespeare’s Play In a speech to the United Kingdom’s House of Commons on March 9, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky quoted Shakespeare’s Hamlet: The question...
3rd April 2022, Gabrielle Edelstein Adaptation, Australia, Directing, Review
Beautiful and Deeply Impactful, a Kind of Deep Communion: "Sex and Death_and the Internet" is a Gift Review: Sex and Death_ and the Internet, directed by Samara Hersch My last experience as an audience of one at an Adelaide...
26th March 2022, William Peterson Australia, Review, Theatre and Age, Transmedia
"The Smallest Stage" is an Intricately-Crafted Play for Families about Incarceration – And The Power of Stories Review: The Smallest Stage, by Kim Crotty for Perth Festival A small, white rectangle taped onto the wide, open expanse of...
20th March 2022, Leah Mercer Australia, Devised Theatre, Festivals, Review
A New Musical, "Panawathi Girl," is a Fantasy of Australia’s Past — and a Critique of Australia’s Present Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander readers are advised this article contains names of people who have died. Review: Panawathi Girl, written...
18th February 2022, Jonathan W. Marshall Australia, Review, Theatre and Politics

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