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Kip off the old block

Kip off the old block

Sean O’Grady profiles USYD alumnus and dramaturge Kip Williams

Anti Antigone

Anti Antigone

Blythe Worthy is not entirely pro-Antigone, the latest SUDS production

Why do you dress me in borrowed robes?

Why do you dress me in borrowed robes?

Edwin Zorilla reviews the latest SUDS production, Macbeth.

SUDS attempt to set a world record

SUDS attempt to set a world record

By performing in a 100 hour improvised play, says Felicity Nelson

Preview: SUDS presents Julius Caesar

Preview: SUDS presents Julius Caesar

  Shakespeare’s political tragedy Julius Caesar has been reimagined countless times over the centuries. The 2012 Royal Shakespeare production employed an entirely black cast and relocated the play to Africa to provide commentary on despotism and corruption. Bell Shakespeare’s 2011 production transposed the play into the modern political context of backroom dealings and leadership challenges, […]

The Lady and the Clarinet

The Lady and the Clarinet

Honi Soit was a willing voyeur at this salacious SUDS production.

Manfred: After Lord Byron

Manfred: After Lord Byron

The dramatic conception of bringing a Romantic poem to the stage will be truly original entertainment, writes William Haines.

Review: SUDS Presents “The Glass Menagerie”

Review: SUDS Presents “The Glass Menagerie”

Passionate performances and an honest script create a deeply affecting production, writes Jackson Busse.

SUDS Presents: The Lonesome West

SUDS Presents: The Lonesome West

SUDS debutantes shine as Patrick Morrow grabs a pint.