Tag Archives: 505 Theatre

February 23

Life Is Impossible – Subtlenuance and the impossible. (Theatre Review)

Life Is Impossible Subtlenuance with 505 Fresh Works 18-23 February. You can grab your tickets here. Images: Syl Marie Photography Please note: I attended this production as a full paying ticket holder in order to relay a complete audience member experience. I did not receive any gratuity from a publicist or a production company.  The […]

November 08

Whose Uterus is it Anyway? – Georgie Adamson and The Clinic. (Theatre Review)

Whose Uterus is it Anyway? 505 Theatre FeshWorksFEMME October 30 – November 10.  You can grab your tickets here. Images: Jasmin Simmons Tellingly absent from Georgie Adamson’s waiting room game show in Whose Uterus is it Anyway? is the female aged between forty-nine and sixty-nine, even though she is the second largest social demographic and […]

October 12

Lie with Me – An exciting new perspective on the question of feminine agency. (Theatre Review)

Lie With Me Brave New Word Theatre Company 2 – 13 October You can grab your tickets here. Mary Daly suggests in her 1978 book Gyn/Ecology that just as it may take a village to raise it child, it naturally follows that it takes a village to distort and retard the mind of a child. […]

August 28

I’d Rather Goya robbed me of my sleep than some other son of a Bitch – Reviving the imaginary with Rodrigo Garcia. (Theatre Review)

I’d Rather Goya robbed me of my sleep than some other son of a Bitch Théâtre Excentrique at The 505 Theatre in Newtown. 22 August – 2 September You can grab your tickets here. Images: Emma Lois. If there is a way to pin down what the emblematic protagonist of Rodrigo Garcia’s I’d rather Goya robbed […]

November 17

Flood – What lies beneath. (Theatre Review)

Flood Lambert House Enterprises Old 505 Theatre 8-19 November, You can grab your tickets here. Images: Alexandra Nell   It is a perpetual bug bare of mine that white Australians think they can tell the story of those they seek to abuse – be they Australian indigenous people, asylum seekers, immigrants or people with disability – […]

April 18

Theatre I missed: Space Cats (Theatre review)

Sometimes I see performances and for various reasons are not able to review within the limited run of the show. If the show is something special, I still like to write about it – even if I’m playing catch up. Space Cats 505 Theatre Find out more about Space Cats here. Photo Credits Andre Vasquez […]

November 12

505 Theatre and the launch of the 2014 season – 50.5 reasons to subscribe to 505.

50.5 reasons to subscribe to the 505 Theatre’s 2014 season: 1. The old 505 is the coolest theatre in town. 2. We’re Bastards – play written by Oleg Pupovac, dramatically revealed at the old 505 from Feb 5 to 23 2014. 3. #indietheatrefunk 4. Hilt – Jane Bodie’s play directed by Dominic Mercer. 5. Buzzing […]

September 02

Fred – Lisa Chappell, Christopher Stollery and the cultural meal. (Fringe Festival Theatre Review)

One of the joy’s of The Sydney Fringe Festival is the lucky-dip theory of never being sure of what you’re going to get.  However when you have talent like Lisa Chappell and Christopher Stollery you know that you’ve dipped into that bag with your eyes wide open. Fred is an action packed, thrilling one-woman show […]