Tag Archives: Sydney Independent Theatre Company

November 25

Belle of the Cross – Poetry in the dust and dirt of the Kings Cross homeless. (Theatre review)

Belle of the Cross The Old Fitzroy Theatre 18 – 29 November. You can grab tickets here. “The Lorikeets look down on us”, says Belle. “But down here are the seagulls, the pigeons and the ibis…” the streets that Belle calls her home are not for the beautiful birds who live in the high city […]

November 25

Interview with Martin Portus – The Les Robinson Story (Theatre Interview)

The Les Robinson Story Old Fitzroy Theatre 18 – 29 November You can grab tickets here The Les Robinson Story is a monologue by Kieran Carroll about one of Australia’s forgotten literary greats – a problem many people ahead of their time experience in their day, but is ususually followed by a posthumous discovery when […]

November 25

Interview with Gertrude Ingeborg – Belle of the Cross (Theatre Interview)

Belle Of The Cross Old Fitzroy Theatre 18 – 29 November. You can grab tickets here. Currently playing at The Old Fitzroy Theatre is Angelika Fremd’s monologue Belle of the Cross, performed by Gertrude Ingeborg and directed by David Ritchie. Belle of the Cross is a beautifully poetic homage to people Fremd has seen and […]

September 20

Four Dogs and Bone – Kate Gaul at the Sydney Fringe (Theatre review)

Four Dogs and a Bone Brief Candle Productions with SITCO for Sydney Fringe 16 to 27 September You can grab your tickets here.  Photo credits – Katy Green-Loughrey There is a peculiar immodesty in writing that assumes fame and money will naturally follow recognition, when overwhelmingly, the converse is true – that even when success […]

September 09

The God of Hell – Rodney Fisher brings American heartland into our laps. (Theatre Review)

The God of Hell The Old Fitzroy Theatre Photograph credits Gareth Davies Mophead Productions in association with SITCO. 26 August through to 13 September. You ca buy your tickets here.  In the program for The God of Hell, (Pluto, plutonium – get it?) Director/Designer Rodney Fisher draws the attention of the audience to the plight […]

May 20

Scenes from an Execution – Tooth and Sinew belt us with a rich serve of Howard Barker. (Theatre Review)

Scenes From an Execution Tooth and Sinew in association with Sydney Independent Theatre Company The Old Fitzroy Theatre 13 – 31 May Buy Your Tickets Here.    “I wish I were not sensual… I wish I had not got from my mother, or my father was it, this need to grasp and be grasped, because […]

March 29

A Moment on The Lips – Mad March Hare reveal how well fish do without bicycles. (Theatre review)

A Moment on the Lips Mad March Hare Theatre Company  March 27 to April 12 – grab your tickets here.  Photo credits to Katy Green Loughrey It’s the bromide feminism anticipates. A young man goes to see Caryl Churchill’s Top Girls, is filled with the fear of the great vagina that very brilliant play evokes, […]

March 10

Tidy Town of the Year – 3 Quacks ask what really makes a town ugly? (Theatre review)

Tidy Town Of The Year 3 Quacks in association with the Sydney Independent Theatre Company Old Fitzroy Theatre 4-22 March – Tickets here. The Tidy Town of the Year competition is a Victorian initiative designed to give rural communities an opportunity to improve the aesthetics of their town in line with the overall Keep Australia […]

February 28

Fully Committed – Nick Curnow and Alexander Butt take us deeper and closer. (Theatre Review)

Fully Committed Brevity Theatre Company with Sydney Independent Theatre Company 24 February to March 1 Tickets available here.  There are people you fall in love with instantly because a quality shines from them, not as easily defined as beauty, not as fashion conscious as charisma, it’s what TV folk define as the ‘X’ factor and […]

February 22

Everything I know I learnt from Madonna – Wayne Tunks and the pop star muse. (Theatre Review)

I have a tale to tell Sometimes it gets so hard to hide it well I was not ready for the fall Too blind to see the writing on the wall Madonna – Live to tell. We appropriate and colonise music more than any art form. A book takes you from your world and transports […]