Tag Archives: Liz Hobart

August 30

Betty Breaks Out – Brecht, Sartre and Liz Hobart. (Theatre Review)

Betty Breaks Out life after Productions and Kings Cross Theatre 27 August to 7 September. You can grab your tickets here Images: Jasmin Simmons Across the inner city of Sydney in the month of August, mini festivals celebrating new Australian writing are drawing our attention to the importance of nurturing and cultivating the Australian voice. […]

March 13

The Divorce Party – Morals, Economics and Marraige. (Theatre Review)

The Divorce Party 505 Theatre Fresh Works and Life After Productions 12 – 16 March You can Grab your tickets here. In The Divorce Party, Liz Hobart examines issues of morality and how they relate to economic structure. Cleverly couched around that most ancient economic symbol – the marriage (and in this case an amicable […]

October 12

Lie with Me – An exciting new perspective on the question of feminine agency. (Theatre Review)

Lie With Me Brave New Word Theatre Company 2 – 13 October You can grab your tickets here. Mary Daly suggests in her 1978 book Gyn/Ecology that just as it may take a village to raise it child, it naturally follows that it takes a village to distort and retard the mind of a child. […]

October 05

Lie with Me – Lisa chats with Liz Hobart (Theatre Interview)

  The burden placed on women to be ‘good mothers’ starts much earlier than than pregnancy and never ends. It’s an irrational pathology with its societal roots in our own desire to keep our mother ‘for us’ and a refusal to see her as anything other than the incubator and nurturer of our own magnificence. […]