Based on the magical “What If”, Freud’s Last Session is a thought provoking two-hander play that poses the question, “What if Sigmund Freud met C. S. Lewis?” Wouldn’t you love to be a fly on the wall in that conversation? Playwright Mark St. Germain drew inspiration from Dr Armand M. Nicholl’s book, The Question of God,… Read more.
What happened when C.S. Lewis met Sigmund Freud? Playwright Mark St. Germain answers this provoking question in his award winning play, Freud’s Last Session which opens at QPAC’s Cremorne Theatre on November 26 November. Set in 1939, on the day England enters World War II, Dr Freud, the controversial but undeniable founding father of psychoanalysis is nearing… Read more.
Europe, Michael Gow’s 1987 play about Australia’s defensive stubbornness about its national youth, as represented in the body of a guy called Douglas (Andrew Henry) is currently being revived as part of the Reginald season at Sydney’s Seymour Centre. Douglas is obsessed with Barbara (Pippa Grandison), a European actress from an undisclosed country. After a… Read more.
Andrew Henry is an alumni from the School at Steppenwolf in Chicago and is currently back in Australia starring in Michael Gow’s one act play Europe at the Seymour Centre, Sydney. Andrew was nominated for a Sydney Theatre award for best actor for his portrayal of Chris Keller in All My Sons by Arthur Miller… Read more.
AussieTheatre are giving away 2 DOUBLE PASSES to see Michael Gow’s Europe this Friday 12 September in Sydney! Playing at the Seymour Centre’s Reginald Theatre from 10 to 27 September, Europe is the story of Douglas, a naive young Australian and Barbara, an established European actress. Directed by James Beach, this two hander play features Pippa Grandison… Read more.
Andrew Henry is doing quite well for himself thank you very much. This boy from the Blue Mountains, west of Sydney, moved to the big smoke when he was 18 and has had some pretty incredible experiences in the theatrical world since then. He has starred in a show about Bob Dylan, worked in the… Read more.
reasons to be pretty was the first of prolific film and theatre writer Neil LaBute’s plays to find a home on a Broadway stage, at the Lyceum Theater in 2009. A sort of relative of his other works – considered part of a thematic trilogy with successful plays The Shape of Things and Fat Pig… Read more.
Neil LaBute’s Tony Award nominated play Reasons to be Prettyis set to make its Australian premiere at Darlinghurst Theatre next month. Reasons to be Pretty is the third play in a thematic trilogy by LaBute that’s concerned with society’s obsession with looks. Following Sydney successes The Shape of Things and Fat Pig (both STC productions)… Read more.