Tag Archives: Leland Kean

November 14

The Way Things Work – Aidan Fennessy and the corruption of the Real. (Theatre Review)

The Way Things Work Rock Surfers Theatre Company 5 – 29 November. Grab your tickets here. “Without getting too snooty about it,” says Aiden Fennessy in the writers notes to the current production of The Way Things Work, “corruption seems to be a very male way of approaching the task of ‘getting things done.’ And […]

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 […]