Gripping, tense, and powerful.
Ann Ding reviews the latest SUDS production
Photography by Luke Tisher Oliver Moore would make a terrible detective. The SUDS Summer season continues this week with J’Accuse, an interactive murder mystery loosely styled on Cluedo. I have always wanted to host my own murder mystery themed dinner party. Particularly those pre-set games where everyone is assigned a character and you act out the…
Bennett Sheldon reviews SUDS’ House Party.
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.
Peter Walsh reviews SUDS’ Closer.
Charlie O’Grady reviews SUDS’ Ghosts.
SUDS—Studio B, 7:30pm. Wednesday—Saturday, April 30—May 10. The Detectives Handbook—a blend of hip hop, jazz, and film noir—is SUDS, and musical theatre, at its audacious best. With words by Ian Ferrington and music by Olga Solar, The Detectives Handbook recounts the story of the grizzled Detective Thompson and his naïve young partner, Hartman. They’re forced…
Naaman Zhou went to watch a a good version of a year nine play staged in the gym.