Tag Archives: Jamie Oxenbould

June 25

Trevor – a timely alternative to deterministic narratives. (Theatre Review)

Trevor Outhouse theatre with bAKEHOUSE June 14 – July 6. You can grab your tickets here. images: Clare Hawley Since the discovery of the social complexity of primate societies other than Homo sapiens, a general argument has taken hold that reduces, or fights the reduction of, the human being as if it were necessary to […]

June 02

The Literati – Molière brought to new life by Justin Fleming. (Theatre review)

The Literati Griffin Theatre Company and Bell Shakespeare The stables theatre from 27 May to 16 July. You can grab your tickets here. In the film Mistress America, a young man named Tony studying literature at Columbia follows his friends into a home that is occupied by a group of pregnant women holding a book club. […]

July 12

The Dapto Chaser – Mary Rachel Brown and the importance of language. (Theatre review)

The Dapto Chaser Griffin Theatre from 1 – 25 July You can grab your tickets here.  It has been a highlight of my 2015 theatre-attending year, to see some beautifully written Australian works. Post cultural cringe Aussie aesthetics of the sort that would have Patrick White giggling and dancing about at the pretentious after show […]