Tag Archives: Anthony Gooley

November 07

The Underpants – Expressionism made modern with wit. (Theatre Review)

The Underpants Sugary Rum Productions and The Seymour Centre 31 October – 23 November. You can grab your tickets here. Images: David Hooley Sugary Rum Productions offers us it’s trademark depth and complexity with The Underpants, a comedy written during the Weimar Republic by Carl Sternheim and adapted by Steve martin during the presidential campaign […]

November 11

Good Works – Ian Sinclair engages a deep connection with Nick Enright. (Theatre Review)

Good Works The Darlinghurst Theatre Company, Eternity Theatre 31 October – 29 November – You can grab your tickets here Images Helen White “There’s no such thing as character, only behaviour” Existentialism and religion have always been the kinds of enemies that occasionally like to sleep with each other. While 60’s existentialism, as exemplified by […]

July 12

Of Mice and Men – Sport for Jove bring an almost perfect producton to life (Theatre Review)

Of Mice and Men Seymour Centre, Reginald theatre 9 – 25 July You can grab your tickets here. It is a testament to the great writer, John Steinbeck that Of Mice and Men can be told so often, can still move so powerfully and can retain its precarious balance refusing to fall helplessly into melodrama […]

April 20

Orphans – Magic realism and the hyper-surreal father. (Theatre Review)

Orphans Red Line Productions The Old Fitz Theatre, 14 April to 9 May – You can grab tickets here. Photos – Rupert Reid One can’t question Orphans pedigree. Though it appears quaintly old-fashioned these days – perhaps even more so to a contemporary 2015 Sydney indie audience who may be more savvy than their American […]