As I attempt to type ‘twelfth’ correctly for the fourth time, I consider that it would almost impossible to stage a production of Twelfth Night—by far the gayest of Shakespeare’s works—in this day and age, which ignores the blatant possibility for explicitly queer interpretation and characterisation. You know, we’re there, we’ve reached that point. Sport…
Peter Walsh didn’t see a severed clitoris this time.
Lane Sainty takes a look at a NSW government gem.
Rebecca Wong gets a sneak-peek of the upcoming MUSE production.
Tom Gardner checks out the latest SUDS play.
Dominic Ellis discovers a little-known Korean TV gem.
Charlie O’Grady likes short shorts and SUDS productions.
Naaman Zhou went to watch a a good version of a year nine play staged in the gym.
Joshua Krook reviews Prison Architect.
Charlie O’Grady doesn’t feel so alone anymore.