Tag Archives: Belvoir Street Theatre

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 […]

February 19

Perch – truth in form and movement. (Theatre Review)

Perch From 9-21 February, Belvoir Street Theatre You can grab your tickets here. Photos by Phyllis Photography The strength of the theatrical experience shines through when one forgoes analysis of representation (content, plot, characters and narrative) and conducts a reflexive exploration via the level and mode of presentation; that truth is always on the side of form, […]

December 12

They’ve Already Won – Can there be life before death? (Theatre Review)

They’ve Already Won 8-20 December 2015 Downstairs at Belvoir. You can grab your tickets here.   Wolf Bierman once wrote that, while the spiritualist question is “Is there life after death?” the materialist question is: “Is there life before death?” Are we really alive today, alive in the sense of ecstatic opening which makes life […]

February 23

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof – Simon Stone takes the South out of Tennessee Williams. (theatre review)

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof is starting to look a little like a Shakespeare play, it’s been done and played with so many times. When one is going to see  a play one is so familiar with, it becomes more an exercise in interpretation than an attempt to seek any sort of surprise from […]