Tag Archives: John Misto

August 24

Lip Service – Helena Rubenstien and the principles of feminism. (Theatre Review)

Lip Service Ensemble Theatre, 17 August – 30 September You can grab your tickets here. Images: Prudence Upton Freud is evoked many times in Lip Service. John Misto appropriately calls forth the common problem women of Helena Rubenstein’s day suffered in their efforts to emancipate in the shadow of the great narrator. While Freud was battling […]

February 14

The Shoehorn Sonata – History on the tellers lips. (Theatre Review)

The Shoehorn Sonata Squeaky Dog Productions. Hazelhurst Regional Gallery and Arts Centre (782 Kingsway, Gymea, Sydney). 3-9 February 2017 (At the time of posting this review, this run is complete, but there will be more shows. To find out where, click here.)   It was Winston Churchill who said “History is written by the victors.” […]