Ruhl’s play is about the lovers, sure, but with the introduction of Eurydice’s Father, the play then becomes something more – a meditation on memory, and loss, and love, and what it means to be a daughter to a father.
Browsing: cellar theatre
Walking into Nowhere Fast —with its tagline: “The insecure alpha male. The hysterical office slut. The unhinged incel. The cool girl” — you know you are about to witness a hectic dynamic.
A boy, a girl, a bunker, and some fish.
Annie Baker’s absurd, character-driven drama in the bowls of the Cellar Theatre.
When he heard Michael Spence was going, Janek Drevikovsky just had to get tickets.
In light of other delayed construction projects, the Union has not garuanteed a firm date
The USU has announced it is looking for short-term accomodation for performances and hopes the space will be reopened for Semester 2.
A Sydney University Dramatic Society show has been cancelled after the ceiling partially collapsed.
A modern classic gets an update for the Cellar Theatre
Sam Langford reaches a new low trying to figure out why all the Uni’s creative spaces are underground. Art by Ann Ding.