Eden Faithfull also reviews the 2016 Commerce Revue
Liam Donohoe and Alison Xiao review the latest SUDS show, Beat.
Lauren Marie Pearce loves the new baby
Lauren Pearce had an each-way on this play and lost it all
Patrick Morrow and Dr. Mark Byron had detention outside
Charlie O’Grady and Ethan McKenzie saw a very valuable play
Charlie O’Grady sampled the play on tap at The Exchange Hotel
Joel Hillman and Charlie O’Grady felt complicit in a trainwreck.
A white male of above average intelligence attempts to impose important truths on the world through convoluted conversations with his straight-laced alternative girlfriend and his well-adjusted but perhaps emotionally stunted best friend, all the while battling mental deterioration. Add the heavy-handed metaphor of a climatologist with anxiety disorder and you’ve got a show you’ve probably…
Nakkiah Lui’s Kill the Messenger has been billed as a “game changer” for black theatre. The show centres around three stories which constitute a direct attack on institutional racism and its agents – including the Belvoir audience. Paul hangs himself to escape cancer, after being profiled and turned away from hospital on suspicion of…