Tag Archives: Throwing Shade Theatre Company

March 01

Vincent River – Conversation that unites us using language intended to divide us. (Theatre Review)

Vincent River Throwing Shade theatre company Factory Theatre, 21 Feb to 5 March. You can grab your tickets here.   In Philip Ridley’s Vincent River, two different (and also similar) people get together to learn something from the other. Per Philips Ridley’s writing (and in this case Andrew Langcake’s direction) neither know what they seek […]

September 20

Disco Pigs – Lisa Chats with Courtney Powell. (Theatre Interview)

Disco Pigs is currently showing at The Sydney Fringe Festival It is on at PACT. You can grab tickets here.  I saw Disco Pigs earlier this year when it had a short run at The Fuse Box at The Factory Theatre. You can read my review here, but I was very impressed with Throwing Shade […]

July 03

Theatre I missed – No Exit (Theatre Review)

No Exit Fuse Box, The Factory Theatre. At the time of publishing this review this production is closed. Search for more information here. “Ideology does not reside primarily in stories invented (by those in power) to deceive others, it resides in stories invented by subjects to deceive themselves.” (Against the Double Blackmail by Slavoj Zizek) […]

April 03

Metamorphosis – The story that transforms itself, the production that transforms the story. (Theatre Review)

Metamorphosis Throwing Shade Theatre Company The Fuse Box Studio, The Factory Theatre, 31 March – 2 April Metamorphosis is now closed, but you can get more info about possible future shows here. It is accepted that one of the many great talents of Franz Kafka is that he created his own past, his own predecessors. […]

January 09

Disco Pigs – Throwing Shade brings fresh light. (Theatre Review)

Disco Pigs Throwing Shade Theatre Company, January 7-9 2016 The Fuse Box, The Factory Theatre. You can grab tickets here. The Fuse Box at The Factory theatre is a nice little space for the claustrophobic world of Enda Walsh’s Disco Pigs, that play that describes  and foresees the life of its two protagonists squashed into the […]