Tag Archives: David Williamson

January 13

Sorting Out Rachel – Lisa Chats with David Williamson (Theatre Interview)

  Sorting Out Rachael is at the Ensemble Theatre from 19 January to 17 March. You can grab your tickets here. My personal history with David Williamson’s plays have been chequered. As a young student of literature I was a passionate fan, taking great delight in his portrayal of all things Australian, grateful for his wit […]

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 […]

June 01

The Removalists – Leland Kean asks us to examine how much has changed. (Theatre Review)

The Removalists is currently showing at the Bondi Pavilion Theatre (surely one of the loveliest places to see a play in the world). Grab tickets here. In some ways I think the 1970’s is a forgotten decade – perhaps more pop culture parlance than in artistic studies. Sandwiched between the popular 1960’s and the 1980’s […]