Tag Archives: Pete Malicki

September 19

Shakespeare Tonight – Sydney Fringe Festival (Theatre Review)

Shakespeare Tonight New Theatre, Sydney Fringe Festival You can grab your tickets here. We live an a fascinating, exciting and daunting time for literature. In an age when universities are business and innovative corporations are the sources of knowledge, writers and artists must respond to the changing way we perceive the world and understand who […]

May 26

(extra)ordinary, (un)usual – Pete Malicki and theatre to kick back to. (Theatre Review)

(extra)ordinary, (un)usual New Theatre, Newtown Three shows Wed 13,20,27 May You can grab your tickets here. There are many reasons to go to the theatre, but perhaps the most common one is to be enthralled and entertained, with a good dose of giggle added in. It’s a clich√© (and a bourgeois condescension) to state that […]

November 13

1790: A tale Not Often Told – Robert Thomson reminds us that we are our history. (Theatre Review)

1790:A Tale Not Often Told Lend Lease Darling Quarter Theatre 13-15 November. You can grab tickets here. I remember once hearing David Malouf speaking about the Australian’s resistance to assimilating American culture. We were gathered (virtually at his feet but not quite) at a bookshop in Sydney and he was talking about American’s that were […]

November 06

1790: A Tale Not Often Told – Theatre interview with director Pete Malicki.

1790: A Tale Not Often Told 13 – 15 November, Lend Lease Darling Quarter Theatre You can grab your tickets here. http://www.foundingmodernaustralia.com.au The story of Arthur Phillip, first governor of NSW and founder of the settlement now known to us as Sydney, and Woollarawarre Bennelong of the Eora nation and their friendship, is a multilayered […]

April 14

V.D. – Pete Malicki and the monologue that just keeps getting better. (Theatre Review)

V.D. The Monologue Project May 7,9 and 10. You can buy tickets here.¬† He takes my hand, walks me to the car, even opening the car door for me. The date passes in a blur of nerves and I quick;y get the impression that Dan Hunsford has no intention of killing, raping, scamming or religiously […]

November 08

(extra)ordinary, (un)usual – Pete Malicki and the power of one. (Theatre Review)

The survival of theatre in the digital age is an ongoing conversation; lows pitted are against highs, optimism against pessimism and of course the eternal conversation about the dollar. Theatre is at home among other arts in its awkward swim for survival, with books, music, art and even film finding itself battling the oceans of […]

January 06

Short and Sweet – a little bit of this and a little bit of that in ten minutes. (Theatre)

Well, hot on the heels of The Now Now music festival, I’ll be heading off to The Short and Sweet theatre festival. Short+Sweet began life in Newtown (Sydney, and my home base) has expanded nationally to Melbourne, the Central Coast, Canberra, Brisbane, Adelaide, Newcastle, Townsville and Rockhampton; as well as internationally to Auckland, Malaysia, Singapore, […]