Tag Archives: Sydney fringe festival 2015

September 26

All the Difference – Sydney Fringe Festival (Theatre review)

All The Difference Old 505 Theatre at The Sydney Fringe Festival You can grab your tickets here According to Bertolt Brecht, the temptation to rationalise the contemporary human condition falls too easily into an association with the forces at odds with humanization. “Even those writers who are conscious of the fact that capitalism impoverishes, dehumanizes, […]

September 23

Retrograde – Sydney Fringe Festival (Theatre Review)

Retrograde 107 Projects – The Sydney Fringe Festival You can grab your tickets here The inaugural show for new theatre company Sandking Collective exhibits many of the reasons I gravitate toward and tend to prefer independent theatre. Primarily its the use of intimacy and the small space to engage in the most subversive of all […]

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 […]

September 19

Our Father who Art (Nearly) in Heaven – Nathan Finger goes Wilde. (Sydney Fringe Festival Theatre Review)

Our Father Who Art (Nearly) In Heaven Sydney fringe festival at the Seymour Centre You can grab your tickets here A combination of farce and the whodunnit genres is not normally my favourite cup of theatre tea, yet I confess, after seeing Our father Who Art (Nearly) In Heaven, I’m starting to wonder why that […]

September 17

All About Medea – Montague Basement and the mystique feminine. (Theatre Review)

All About Medea Sydney Fringe Festival – 505 Theatre You can grab your tickes here.  All About Medea images by Patrick Morrow In his directors notes to All About Medea, Saro Lusty-Cavallari highlights the parallels between the transformation of Jason and Medea’s relationship in ancient Greek mythology and the contemporary complications for young heteronormative couples […]

September 10

Dark Vanilla Jungle – Sydney fringe Festival (Theatre Review)

Dark Vanilla Jungle Mad March Hare theatre Company for the Sydney Fringe Festival You can grab your tickets and more info here All images courtesy of Daina Marie Photography For Phillip Ridley civilisation is the veneer we use to protect ourselves from our ugliness, but it can be argued it is also the conversation that protects […]

September 09

Six Degrees of Ned Kelly – Sydney Fringe Festival. (Theatre Review)

Six Degrees of Ned Kelly http://www.melitarowston.com You can grab tickets and more info here.  I grew up in The Sutherland Shire in Sydney Australia, a region (in)famous for being right-wing, socially closed-minded and above all one hundred percent true blue Aussie. I have four brothers (only girl, oldest child) and my mother wasn’t around for […]