Tag Archives: Sydney Theatre review

June 06

Why Torture is Wrong, and the People Who Love Them – New Theatre and the cry of the Left. (Theatre Review)

  Why Torture is Wrong, and the People Who Love Them New Theatre, 3 June to 28 June 2014 You can grab tickets here.  All the photos in this review are credited to Bob Seary. It is a helluva brave play that names Terri Schiavo as the perfect right-wing wife, but the barbs and the […]

October 02

Singled Out – Augusta Supple and the ecstasy of alone. (Theatre Review)

The question of living alone is a very modern one.  Not that people haven’t lived alone before, but this is the first time in recorded history that human creatures, on mass are choosing to live alone. In Paris, more than half the households contain single people, and in Stockholm this figure rises to sixty percent. […]

June 22

Body Language – Luke Holmes and the problems of connection. (Theatre Review)

All writers (and almost all creatives) need their influence.  Satre’s criticism (and Lacan’s) of the ’empty gestures’ associated with appropriating a kind of persona in order to achieve is warranted, but one of the pains of creation turns out to be, the need for this appropriating on the journey to finding the elusive voice. What […]