Articles by: Hayley Horton

Hayley has been an arts worker in South Australia for the past ten years working freelance for small to medium clients as well as for companies such as the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, State Theatre Company SA, Urban Myth Theatre of Youth and the Australia Business Arts Foundation. As part of her freelance work, Hayley founded the ATG Curtain Call Awards (which is now an annual gala event), co-produced three 24 Hour Show charity fundraiser events, has judged for the Adelaide Fringe Festival and reviewed for Aussie Theatre and the Adelaide Theatre Guide. In her spare time, Hayley has been involved with Adelaide’s amateur theatre community as a producer, performer and director.

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Adelaide Festival: Kamp

Adelaide Festival: Kamp

Many of us would be aware of some of the atrocities of the holocaust. Most of us have probably seen and read stories about the cruelty and misery in the concentration camps during WWII – many probably during a history lesson or a documentary on TV. Or at least these…

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Fat Pig

Bakehouse Theatre Company - Fat Pig

Neil LaBute is known for his contemporary insight into relationships, providing a particularly derisive and often abhorrent view of how humans interact when it comes to relationships.  Each of his pieces are funny, emotional and often give you a slap in the face that you weren’t expecting. Fat Pig does not hold…

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Pinocchio: Far from wooden

Alirio Zavarce and Nathan O'Keefe. Photo: Tony Lewis

In 2009 the creative team at Windmill Performing Arts took on a brand new adaptation of The Wizard of Oz which was electric in its creative and contemporary view of a children’s classic and went on to win major awards and tour nationally as well as overseas. Three years later, and…

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Johanna Allen – Mixtape and Other Stories

Johanna Allen – Mixtape and Other Stories

Adelaideans love it when locals do them proud (think Xavier Samuel, the Hilltop Hoods, etc) and if Johanna Allen’s sold-out performances at the Adelaide Cabaret Festival is anything to go by, it seems one of our favourite musical theatre stars has been welcomed home with open arms. In the intimate…

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