Tag Archives: Outhouse Theatre Company

September 24

John – Annie Barker and the organic whole. (Theatre Review)

John Outhouse Theatre The Seymour Theatre 19 September to 12 October You can grab your tickets here. Images: Clare Hawley For Annie Barker, the characters of her remarkable play John intuit each other as much as they see, hear, smell and touch each other. They are each in tune with the ‘music’ of each other’s […]

June 25

Trevor – a timely alternative to deterministic narratives. (Theatre Review)

Trevor Outhouse theatre with bAKEHOUSE June 14 – July 6. You can grab your tickets here. images: Clare Hawley Since the discovery of the social complexity of primate societies other than Homo sapiens, a general argument has taken hold that reduces, or fights the reduction of, the human being as if it were necessary to […]

June 12

Gloria – The end of subjectivity in a meaningless office. (Theatre review)

Gloria The Seymour Theatre and Outhouse Theatre Company 6 – 22 June. You can grab your tickets here. Images: Clare Hawley In an outstanding act of courageous curating, Outhouse Theatre Company bring us one of the most interesting, modern and damning pieces of theater we’ve seen on a Sydney stage in 2019. In a ruthless […]

April 10

The Flick – The engulfing fear of a self-aware utopia. (Theatre Review)

The Flick Outhouse Theatre Company and the Seymour Centre 4 – 21 April. You can grab your tickets here. Images: Marnya Rothe Of all the existential possibilities available, the idea of death holds a special place. We no longer think of the human being as having an immortal soul (at least the modern existentialist doesn’t) and […]

February 20

BU121 – But, I believe this with certainty. (Theatre Review)

BU21 Outhouse theatre Company Old 505 Theatre, 8 Feb to 25 Feb You can grab your tickets here Images: Rupert Reid It was Wittgenstein who considered a mistake and certain evidence to be the same thing. It intrigued him that someone could make a mistake. His argument lay in the proposition that the statement “true or […]

September 17

4 Minutes 12 Seconds – The theatrics of machismo. (Theatre Review)

4 minutes 12 seconds Outhouse Theatre Company with Red Line Productions Old Fitz Theatre, 13 Sep – 8 Oct. You can grab your tickets here. Images: Rupert Reid. Rape culture isn’t a female problem, it isn’t a male problem, it’s a societal problem. Perpetuated by mythologies that always come back to male virility there is […]

September 05

The Aliens – Outhouse Theatre and the real. (Theatre review)

The Aliens Old Fitz Theatre 25 Aug to 10 Sept You can grab your tickets here Images by Rupert Reid Annie Baker is regularly touted as a “realist”, a title she doesn’t sit well with, and rightly so. In fact it is her depiction of very ordinary artifice, carefully layered phrase by phrase and gesture […]