Three Sisters is performed by a large cast in a tiny space. There is a strange mixture of original and ‘adapted’ material including some odd choices of dress, set and dialogue and unfortunately the introduced elements did not add to the success of the overall production. Chekhov’s Three Sisters, like most of his work is about… Read more.
Hedda Gabler is arguably Henrik Ibsen’s most well-known work. Premiering in 1891, it has been performed in dozens of countries and in dozens of different languages and now, relative newcomers Factotum Theatre Company are adding to its long theatrical legacy. Staged in the exceedingly intimate upstairs theatre in Darlinghurst’s TAP Gallery, all we see is… Read more.