Tag Archives: Claudia Barrie

November 06

Time Stands Still – Donald Margulies and middle class free will. (Theatre Review)

Time Stands Still Eclipse Productions 1 – 25 November, Tap Gallery. You can grab your tickets here. Images: Katie Barget (Captar Photo) The rise of a new middle class in India has shone a spotlight on India’s systemic rape problem and the media (mainstream and otherwise) has been used to great effect in strengthening India’s rape […]

April 29

Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo – Theatre in layers over time. (Theatre Review)

Bengal Tiger At the Baghdad Zoo Mad March Hare Theatre Company and Red Line Productions The Old Fitz Theatre 2 April to 6 May You can grab your tickets here. Image credits: Kate Williams Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo occurs in various shades of night, for the war in which this play is set […]

April 25

Belleville – Live for your desires. (Theatre Review)

Belleville Mad March Hare Theatre company Old Fitz Theatre from 20 April to 12 May You can grab your tickets here. The primary crises of Belleville are communication and desire. Desire and its lack exist in language all through the production. Zack (Josh Anderson) and Abby (Taylor Ferguson) live in Belleville, a fashionably “now” suburb […]

September 10

Dark Vanilla Jungle – Sydney fringe Festival (Theatre Review)

Dark Vanilla Jungle Mad March Hare theatre Company for the Sydney Fringe Festival You can grab your tickets and more info here All images courtesy of Daina Marie Photography For Phillip Ridley civilisation is the veneer we use to protect ourselves from our ugliness, but it can be argued it is also the conversation that protects […]

March 29

A Moment on The Lips – Mad March Hare reveal how well fish do without bicycles. (Theatre review)

A Moment on the Lips Mad March Hare Theatre Company  March 27 to April 12 – grab your tickets here.  Photo credits to Katy Green Loughrey It’s the bromide feminism anticipates. A young man goes to see Caryl Churchill’s Top Girls, is filled with the fear of the great vagina that very brilliant play evokes, […]