"Riordan Berry confessed it took a long time to create Mass Destruction, but I am very glad he did."
Elijah Fink and Victoria Zerbst are two horny bastards who have co-opted this journalistic opportunity for their own romantic gain.
Caitlin Harvey reviews the latest SUDS production
Nabila Chemaissem reviews the latest SUDS production.
Zoe Stojanovic-Hill on a bewitching production.
“Blow blow me out I’m so sad I don’t know why. Blow blow me out I’m so sad I don’t know why…” Walking out from Cellar Theatre after this eighty minutes monodrama, Blur’s song started to hover in my heart and I was haunted by some vague sadness. Directed by Victor Kalka, Grounded invites its…
Elijah Wilcox-Armitage gives feedback on a new SUDS work.
Photo by Victor Kalka Shevvi Barrett-Brown reviews the latest SUDS play, Alphabetical Order. Michael Frayn’s Alphabetical Order, directed by Tabitha Woo, invites its audience into the office of a small town library, home to an array of quirky, provincial characters and led by the enduring librarian Lucy (Imogen Hubber). The office is a mess, and…
Alana Cherry ponders when the Sydney University Dramatic Society will correctly rename themselves as the Sydney University Comedic Society.
Andy Zephyr reviews SUDS’ 2015 major production A Midsummer Night’s Dream