Tag Archives: C.J. Naylor

October 05

The Gloveman – Fighting the spirit of finitude. (Theatre Review)

The Gloveman Actors Anonymous at Blood Moon Theatre October 4 – 14. You can grab your tickets here.  Images: Hayden Brotchie Photography Central to the question of appearance contrasted with reality in C.J. Naylor’s The Gloveman is the character of Hugh (Chris Miller), the criminal whose world is remade regardless of his intention. In The Gloveman, […]

April 18

Dancing naked in the Backyard – Brave New Word and the politics of living. (Theatre Review)

Dancing Naked In The Backyard April 15 – 26 Tap Gallery (purchase tickets here) It is always a strange thing to see Australian white people fighting over Aboriginal land as if they owned it, as if they had rights to it, as if trading their own invented currency that they decided has value, can ever […]

April 15

Lisa Chat’s with Chris Naylor, writer of Dancing Naked in the Backyard. (Theatre Interview)

Dancing Naked in the Backyard Interview with C.J Naylor April 15 – 26 Tap Gallery You can buy tickets here.   I managed to catch Chris at The World Bar a week or so ago, and we sat down to a glass of red wine each and a chat about Dancing Naked In The Backyard, […]