Tag Archives: Martin Kinnane

May 30

Mercury Fur – Forgetting and history (Theatre Review)

Mercury Fur Haseman, Ball and Radda and White Box Theatre with bAKEHOUSE Theatre Company 24 May to 8 June. You can grab your tickets here. Images by Jasmine Simmons For Philip Ridley population control, and even acts of genocide are best conducted via the eradication of history. Mercury Fur is many things, but a standout […]

March 29

Leopardskin – Michael McStay and the twist on everything. (Theatre Review)

Leopardskin 26 March – 6 April, Jackrabbit Theatre at KXT Kings Cross Theatre. You can grab your tickets here. Images: Clare Hawley Michael McStay is one of those very ‘now’ young people who understand parody harbours the potential to inform a politics of social structure through the way that it denaturalizes culturally embedded practises relating […]

March 20

Russian Transport – Erika Sheffer and fear of The Other. (Theatre Review)

Russian Transport Fishy Productions with Darlinghurst Theatre Company. 9 – 31 march. You can grab your tickets here. Images: Nino Tamburri It can be argued that America’s fundamental narrative is one of a land stolen from its inhabitants by European immigrants who managed, pillaged and murdered their way to great financial success and totalitarian commercial […]

February 01

Beyond Therapy – Christopher Durang and the modern marriage. (Theatre Review)

Beyond Therapy King Street Theatre and Understudy Theatre 28 Jan to 14 Feb. You can grab your tickets here. Christopher Durang writes a deceptively complex script using absurdist narrative structures to laugh at a topic he clearly takes very seriously in Beyond Therapy which is still a little like watching a 70’s American sit-com if […]