Tag Archives: David Jefferey

October 17

Ghosts – The Depot Theatre rescues Ibsen from middle class theatre morality. (Theatre Review)

Ghosts The Depot Theatre You can grab your tickets here Ibsen’s Ghosts is a classic, and like all classics it bares the burden of relevancy. I have recently seen the latest Game of Thrones inspired version of Macbeth (!) a film that broke its belly open trying to justify its own existence. For me, I […]

May 19

Thom Pain (Based on Nothing) – David Jeffery uses social awkwardness to get closer. (Theatre review)

Thom Pain (based on nothing). Sydney Independent Theatre Company Old Fitzroy Theatre Sitting in the dark, waiting for something to appear or happen on the stage, is a phenomena (not peculiar to theatre) that both unites and separates us. It is something we do together and yet it emphasises our aloneness as we collectively ‘wait’ […]