Tag Archives: Jasmine Rizk

May 08

Small Mouth Sounds – White people and well-ness (Theatre Review)

Small Mouth Sounds Darlinghurst Theatre Company 3 – 26 May. You can grab your tickets here. Images: Robert Catto Essential to capitalisms trajectory are the efforts of neoliberalism to promote and to a certain extent demand the ideals of individualism. Indeed, a critical irony of neoliberalism is that the more self-regulating it expects and requires […]

April 20

A Little Piece of Ash – The memory of that which we must learn to forget. (Theatre Review)

A Little Piece of Ash Jackrabbit Theatre at KXT 16-26 April. You can grab your tickets here.  Many thinkers argue we grieve in order to stop grieving. What we are aware of, for we have all grieved at some level, is the existence of a tension between the oppressive memory of the past and the […]

March 29

Leopardskin – Michael McStay and the twist on everything. (Theatre Review)

Leopardskin 26 March – 6 April, Jackrabbit Theatre at KXT Kings Cross Theatre. You can grab your tickets here. Images: Clare Hawley Michael McStay is one of those very ‘now’ young people who understand parody harbours the potential to inform a politics of social structure through the way that it denaturalizes culturally embedded practises relating […]