Dreams? Captured. Corporations? Stealing. Grief? Puzzling. Puppets? Puppets.
While there are moments where Machinal is just as hilarious as it is panic inducing, this SUDS production will get beneath your skin.
Creativity, femininity, and mental illness collide on a stage that would make Susan Sontag proud.
“The people's voice, once angered, can create dissent, ratifying a curse which now must have its way” - Chorus, 'Agamemnon' by Aeschylus
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.
This is two hours of emotionally intimate theatre, capturing the joys and sorrows of family life.
Davies and Stafford should be proud of themselves and their team for creating such a painfully raw production that captures the awkwardness and difficulty of being young. Closing night is Saturday 21 May.
Classic Greek tragedy unfolds behind white picket fences in this 1950s suburban nightmare.
SUDS’ Midsummer Madness is a fresh take on a Shakespearian classic.
There was nothing accidental about this show’s success.