Tag Archives: Caryl Churchill

May 09

Winyanboga Yurringa – Andrea James and the gathering of women. (Theatre Review)

Winyanboga Yurringa Belvoir Theatre 4 – 26 May You can grab your tickets here. Images: Brett Boardman In Top Girls, Caryl Churchill asks important questions of women that, according to Winyanboga Yurringa writer Andrea James, are universal, and yet require the destabilizing force of theatre as a trip in another’s shoes to expand beyond certain […]

February 14

Pinball – Alison Lyssa brought to new life by Duck Duck Goose. (Theatre review)

Pinball Duck Duck Goose  / Tap Gallery Theatre 11-28 February Tickets available here.  A recurring thought, as I watched Pinball the other night, was how much I would have loved to study this play, or any other written by Alison Lyssa as I was reading and studying The Removalists, The Club, Don’s Party or any […]

July 24

Top Girls – Alice Livingstone and Caryl Churchill and the real dilemma facing modern women. (Theatre review)

The question of women “having it all” was never terribly relevant to 1960’s feminism, which was asking the far more radical question of how do women use their new voice to DE-centralize power and DE-stabilize hero-objectivism?  Given how shocking this idea is, it is no surprise women were “tossed the bone” of equality in the […]