Tag Archives: Belvoir Theatre

March 16

Every Brilliant Thing – Kate Mulvany reaches out. (Theatre Review)

Every Brilliant Thing Belvoir Theatre 8 – 31 March You can grab yout tickets here. Images: Brett Boardman If the following review raises any concerns for you, please don’t hesitate to contact Lifeline on 13 11 14 or at their website lifeline.org.au. More links are in the closing paragraph of this piece. In Every Brilliant […]

November 17

The Dance of Death – Judy Davis draws the Kierkegaard out of Strindberg. (Theatre Review)

The Dance of Death Belvoir Theatre 10 November to 23 December You can grab your tickets here. Images: Lisa Tomasetti Just as great Norwegian artists of the late nineteenth century (Ibsen, Jornson and Munch) were deeply influenced by the Danish philosopher Soren Kierkegaard, so we see his breath all over August Strindberg’s The Dance of Death. […]

January 11

My Name Is Jimi – Subtle poking at a white anxiety. (Theatre Review)

My Name is Jimi Belvoir Theatre 15 – 21 January. You can grab your tickets here. Theatre is, grammatically, what makes us see. Rather, the theatre is that which exposes what is usually hidden. Theatre makes visible the invisible. In this sense, the representation of culture from the kwod of Wagadagam by Jimi Bani exposes […]

January 24

Which Way Home – The language we use to talk to our-self. (Theatre Review)

Which Way Home Belvoir Theatre An ILBIJERRI Theatre Company production in association with Belvoir & Sydney Festival You can grab your tickets here. Control of the narrative is surely one of the most important modern battles for the developed world. We are seeing this problem exposed at its most crude with the imposition of “fake […]