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More Than 2,000 People from Wittenoom Died of Asbestos-Related Diseases. A Powerful and Compelling Requiem Brings Their Story to the Stage Deep in the remote Pilbara region of Western Australia, the town of Wittenoom lies empty, desolate…and contaminated. Wittenoom is on Banjima...
17th February 2023, Kate Hunter Australia, Melbourne, Review, Theatre and Science
Sydney Theater Company’s "Julia" Powerfully Imagines the Life and Emotions of the Woman Behind the "Misogyny Speech" Just over 10 years ago, then-Prime Minister Julia Gillard stood up in the House of Representatives to deliver one of...
29th April 2023, Camilla Nelson Australia, Review, Sydney, Theatre and Gender, Theatre and Politics
"The Jungle And The Sea" Reminds Us War Is Profoundly Local, With The Intimate Negotiation Of Human Relationships Review: The Jungle and the Sea, directed by Eamon Flack and S. Shakthidharan, Belvoir. After the roaring success of their debut...
9th December 2022, Niro Kandasamy Australia, Review, Theatre and Politics
We’ve Been Editing Shakespeare’s Plays for 400 Years— But Does a New Australian Production of "The Tempest" Idealize the Bard? Review: The Tempest, directed by Kip Williams, Sydney Theatre Company. The Tempest, first performed in 1611 and probably Shakespeare’s last solo-written...
25th November 2022, Gabrielle Edelstein Adaptation, Australia, Review, Sydney
"RBG: Of Many, One" Is A Beautifully Crafted, Virtuosically Performed Play About Ruth Bader Ginsburg Review: RBG: Of Many, One, directed by Priscilla Jackman, Sydney Theatre Company Writing a play about the life and legacy of...
7th December 2022, Penelope Crossley Australia, Review, Theatre and Politics
New Australian Play "D*ck Pics in the Garden of Eden" is Bold, Funny – And Very, Very Lewd Review: D*ck Pics in the Garden of Eden, written and directed by Jeffrey Jay Fowler, The Last Great Hunt. We see...
11th January 2023, Helen Trenos Australia, Design, Directing, Review, Theatre and Gender
"When The World Turns" is a Profoundly Moving Theatrical Experience for Children with Complex Disabilities Review: When the World Turns, by Polyglot Theatre and Oily Cart When the World Turns is a beautiful new work designed...
27th October 2022, Sarah Austin Australia, Review, Theatre and Disability, Theatre for Young Audiences
With "My Self in That Moment" Chamber Made Gives Us a Dystopian View of Our Lost Soul in the Digital Age Review: My Self in That Moment, directed by Tamara Saulwick for Chamber Made. In his visionary essay published almost a century ago, Walter Benjamin...
20th September 2022, Miriama Young Australia, Design, Musical Theatre, Review, Transmedia




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