Tag Archives: Tricia Youlden

April 30

Pygmalion – Steampunk brings the writers true vision to life. (Theatre Review)

Pygmalion New Theatre 23 April to 25 May. You can grab your tickets here. Images: Bob Seary The decision by director Deborah Mulhal to use a steampunk aesthetic in her production of Pygmalion has delivered George Bernard Shaw the vital reframing of the play he continually sought after crucial misunderstandings emerged in its staging and […]

May 02

Plaything – Simon Dodd and the ultimate theatre of the absurd piss-take. (Theatre Review)

  If there is one thing I regret about Simon Dodd’s Plaything, it is that it was only on for two nights at the Sydney Comedy Festival. So by the time of this review, all opportunities to see it will have been exhausted…┬áthat is, of course, until the next time it will be performed, because […]