Don’t go into The Lamentable Tragedy of Titus Andronicus expecting a peaceful or palatable experience — the source material makes that unthinkable. But if you want to watch student performers tackle an undeniably challenging and confronting play with aplomb, you’d be well-advised to buy a ticket.
Watching a hearty show from the new College on the block.
Zoe Stojanovic-Hill on a bewitching production.
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
Like the following appellation, SUDS’s Zach Beavon-Collin’s William Shakespeare’s Richard is too long. It takes a significantly edited-down Richard III (don’t wait up for the horse bit), and inserts the final part of Henry VI, Part III. As explained in the program notes, the intent is to give necessary background on the history and politics…