Tag Archives: Mark Wilson

January 01

2014 in Theatre. The best plays I saw last year.

I keep telling people we’re in an exciting time for Australian Theatre here in Sydney, and for the most part I’m met with incredulity, and a gentle smile at my enthusiasm for which everyone is generally grateful, even if a little dubious. For a theatre critic who deliberately doesn’t see everything, and preferences marginal, indie […]

February 20

Unsex Me – Mark Wilson and the wars within. (Theatre Review)

Unsex Me Mark Wilson and PACT theatre, February 19-22 Buy tickets here. When Foucault argues that the history of sexuality has not been one of a linear narrative in getting closer to the proposed mystery, but rather a complex cycle of entanglement perpetually distorted by politics, science and the church, the modern thinker is given yet […]

Quartet for the End of Time: Mark Wilson sings his paint in verse.

”Good writers are those who keep the language efficient. That is to say, keep it accurate, keep it clear.” Ezra Pound The poet bruises so easily for he knows the secrets of Deconstruction Whilst erecting linguistic basilicas he simultaneously deregulates his muse with a bottle of shiraz or whiskey He envisions the body’s true incorruptibility […]