Tag Archives: Tara Clark

October 26

Festival Fatale at The Darlingurst Theatre making herstory October 27!

FestivalFatale 27 October, Eternity playhouse. You can grab your tickets here.   Who is your favourite female philosopher? I was asked this question in a small cafĂ© in Leichhardt over ten years ago. I was a joint convener of a fortnightly philosophy club essential to which was the weekly reading, the hard questions and the […]

September 01

American Beauty Shop – Subjugation of the human by the spectacle. (Theatre Review)

American Beauty Shop Some Company, and Oleg Pupovac in association with bAKEHOUSE Kings Cross theatre August 25 – September 16 You can grab your tickets here. Steel Magnolias was written by Robert Harling in 1987 and like the film made two years later, it was hailed as a feminist classic (although many of the male […]

July 20

Edmond – David Mamet rescued by Glen Hamilton and Two Peas. (Theatre Review)

Edmond Old 505 Theatre from July 15 to July 26 You can grab your tickets here. Images: Lee Nutter Every fear hides a wish. Ok! In the interest of full disclosure, I need to confess to three things first up: 1. I loathe David Mamet, 2. I adore Two Peas, and three, I’ve had a […]

September 19

Jennifer Forever – Two Peas at the Sydney Fringe (Theatre Review)

Jennifer Forever A Two Peas Production at the Sydney Fringe You can grab your tickets here If feminists thought they could heave a sigh of relief at the demise of credibility in religious based misogyny, they’ve been appalled (or perhaps indifferent) to find much of the fantasy rich conservative-male-dominant hysteria inherent in religious misogyny has […]