Tag Archives: Anna Jahjah

April 25

Frida Kahlo: Viva La Vida – The artist who resisted branding. (Theatre Review)

Frida Kahlo: Viva La Vida Théâtre Excentrique with The Old 505 Theatre. 23 April to 4 May. You can grab your tickets here. Images: Mansoor Noor For artists Humberto Robles, Anna Jahjah and Kate Bookallil, Frida Kahlo’s ability to resist branding herself is exemplified in the endless attempt to brand her that has surrounded her […]

September 24

The Mysteries of Mad River: A Swamp-Folk Operetta – Sydney Fringe

The Mysteries of Mad River: A swamp-folk Operetta This show has completed its run at The Fringe, but you can find out more about future performances here. In the show The Mysteries of Mad River, Keppie Coutts plays a school teacher reveling in the mysterious deaths of children at her school. Keppie Coutts is also […]

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 […]

July 31

Beirut Adrenalin – The political left and their failed revolution. (Theatre Review)

Beirut Adrenaline Currently Showing at The Belvoir St Theatre From July 27 to August 14. You can grab your tickets here. The left wing thinker lives in perilous times, for we are forced to examine the futility of our reasoning and the power fear can provoke for those who wield it willy nilly. Traditionally champions […]

July 20

Beirut Adrenaline – Lisa Chats with Anna Jahjah. (Theatre interview)

Beirut Adrenaline starts at Belvoir downstairs on July 27. It is directed by Anah Jahjah and presented by Théâtre Excentrique as part of their committment to bringing thrilling theatre to Sydney stages that encourages us to examine opposites see the world around us from a variety of perspectives. Beirut Adrenaline will be staged in English for […]

April 27

Antigone – Timelessness in our time. (Theatre Review)

Antigone Théâtre Excentrique PACT theatre from 23 April to 2 May. You can grab your tickets here. Images by Emma Lois Just when I was starting to despair that I was seeing too few truly exciting theatrical productions in Sydney in 2015, along comes Théâtre Excentrique’s interpretation of Antigone (pronounced ‘on-tee-gone’ when the Anouilh version is […]