Articles on ‘Belvoir’
With a solid cast and sparse design, Belvoir’s Private Lives is a crowd pleaser. I really didn’t know what to expect going into this production, but I needn’t have worried: it had a vague sense of familiarity about it, a certain Belvoir style that I should’ve expected. Even though it’s a “style” that I have… Read more.
As reported by The Australian today, actor Colin Friels is in hospital following a collapse during Belvoir’s Death of a Salesman last night. Friels, who has been suffering from the flu and is in long-term remission from pancreatic cancer, collapsed during the second act of the play after making the decision to perform despite feeling… Read more.
Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winning play Death of a Salesman, by Arthur Miller, is regarded as one of the finest plays in the modern canon. Generally seen as Miller’s own indictment of capitalism and the notion of the ‘American Dream’, at its heart Death of a Salesman is the story of a man past… Read more.
If you were high-schooled in Australia, no doubt you would have studied Ray Lawler’s play Summer of the Seventeenth Doll, written in 1953. As a staple to our cultural diet, it is fitting the Australian classic has been brought back to the stage by Belvior Theatre and the Queensland Theatre Company, to be appreciated anew…. Read more.
It’s almost any kind of family morning in Sydney. Anna fusses over her husband’s breakfast. Henry is concerned about getting to work on time. Their daughter’s boyfriend has to be reminded not to smoke in the house. It’s business as usual, except in the next room, fourteen year old Milla just died of cancer. Babyteeth,… Read more.
The Sydney Theatre Awards are set to take place this evening, celebrating the strength, quality and diversity of Sydney Theatre. The Paddington RSL will host the awards evening, which commences at 6pm. Nominations for 21 Award Categories have been announced (see full list below) but the winner of the 2011 Lifetime Achievement Award will be… Read more.
This week AussieTheatre.com catches up with Bjorn Stewart.
Company B Belvoir today outlined some significant changes to be implemented under the incoming Artistic Director Ralph Myers in 2011. For the first time in the Company’s history all actors, directors, playwrights, designers and stage managers will be fully paid for the work that they produce. Under existing arrangements, artists working in Belvoir St’s intimate… Read more.
The Belvoir Street Theatre in Sydney has been evacuated this morning due to a gas leak. Around 100 properties have been evacuated in the Surry Hills area as service crews try to repair a ruptured gas line. Traffic is being diverted around the area, and it is expected that performances scheduled for today will go… Read more.
In the year that Australia celebrates 50 years of Motown music, Company B Belvoir and Black Swan State Theatre are bringing the 2005 hit musical The Sapphires back to Sydney. Directed by Wesley Enoch, this feel-good musical features the soul hits that defined a generation. It sets the mood by including performances of Motown classics such as… Read more.