Tag Archives: Lisa Chappell

August 05

Detroit – Who are our neighbours and how do we speak to them? (Theatre review)

Detroit Darlinghurst Theatre Company 17 July – 16 August You can grab your tickets here Images my Gez Xavier Mansfield Seeing Lisa D’Amour’s Detroit performed in 2015 in a city that is so affluent our major concern is how every citizen can afford to buy a house and realise the dream of the outdoor room, […]

August 11

Bad Day Insurance – Lisa Chappell and our hopes for a better future. (Theatre Review)

Bad Day Insurance The Old 505 Theatre August 6 – 24. You can grab your tickets here. What is the ultimate Bad Day Insurance? That is, what can you control, that can be relied upon to repair the damage caused by a bad day? Is that what insurance is? A stop-gap between you and trouble? […]

December 03

On/Off – Lisa Chappell and the torch(urous) masks of Cabaret. (Theatre review)

Sydney-siders know the Bordello Theatre wasn’t purpose-built for Lisa Chappell’s ebullient and darkly erotic comedy On/Off, but it sure feels like it was when you’re sitting there. Bordello is the kind of theatre that makes me sorry I don’t smoke anymore, with its weighty velveteen, its lavish gold brocade, its sumptuous carved wood, and it […]

September 02

Fred – Lisa Chappell, Christopher Stollery and the cultural meal. (Fringe Festival Theatre Review)

One of the joy’s of The Sydney Fringe Festival is the lucky-dip theory of never being sure of what you’re going to get.  However when you have talent like Lisa Chappell and Christopher Stollery you know that you’ve dipped into that bag with your eyes wide open. Fred is an action packed, thrilling one-woman show […]