Social media continues to play an enormous role in empowering minorities by giving them direct access to online communities, publicity and freedom of speech. On March 6 2015, #BlackOutDay was trending on Twitter after it was launched by creators T’von, Marissa and Nukirk. They started this social media campaign to encourage Black people to upload…
Justin Pepito on his experience as American abroad.
Adam Chalmers rationalises fanfiction that made him think.
“I’m a good person. Isn’t that enough?” Falling neatly into place in a SUDS summer season of innovation and experiment, When Good Men Do Nothing made me very uncomfortable. It also made me laugh. Sophia Roberts and Clemence Williams, working as writer and director respectively, have brought us a script and a staging for it…
Playwright Martin McDonagh – who you might recognise from In Bruges and Seven Psychopaths – writes plays about polite maniacs struggling to balance their Irish civility with their penchants for violence. This performance of The Lieutenant of Inishmore is among the funniest shows SUDS has performed this year, which is an achievement considering the bleakness…
Nick Bonyhady embraces his inner barbarian and reviews a controversial new play.
Robin Eames and Elliot Mucsnik explore the fabulous world of queer and gender diverse superheroes.
Katie Hryce knows we’re not living in a post-racial paradise.
Jay Ng will graduate soon, and is conflicted about what lies beyond.
An anonymous letter regarding the Sydney Biennale.