Tag Archives: George Bernard Shaw

April 30

Pygmalion – Steampunk brings the writers true vision to life. (Theatre Review)

Pygmalion New Theatre 23 April to 25 May. You can grab your tickets here. Images: Bob Seary The decision by director Deborah Mulhal to use a steampunk aesthetic in her production of Pygmalion has delivered George Bernard Shaw the vital reframing of the play he continually sought after crucial misunderstandings emerged in its staging and […]

October 07

Pygmalion – UTS Backstage reveal the power of perspective. (Theatre Review)

Pygmalion UTS backstage You can find out more about the production here. It is an all too rare thing to see post-structuralism embraced in the theatre in Sydney (we labor endlessly under the weight of Analytic philosophy here at the ass end of the world) but I am thrilled to say when it does raise […]

March 07

Waiting for Godot – Riverside Lyric Ensemble take on life’s great challenges. (Theatre Review)

Waiting for Godot Riverside Lyric Ensemble Tickets available here. Photo Credits to Petros Ktenas It is a brave company that takes on Samuel Beckett’s theatre changing play, directing, performing and producing Waiting for Godot is one of theatre’s greatest challenges for many reasons, one of which is the nuances that exist despite their remarkable ability […]