Standing on Ceremony: the gay marriage plays is an American series of nine short plays about marriage. No one coming along to see it needs convincing about marriage equality, which leaves it as a celebration of love that’s as funny, frustrating and heart breaking as any relationship. With live music from David Ellis, Laura Burzcott and… Read more.
Neil LaBute’s Fat Pig, presented by The Blue Room Theatre and Red Ryder Productions, offers a lot of food for thought, and this production goes down a treat. LaBute examines the situation of Tom (Brendan Ewing) who has fallen in love with Helen (Alicia Oskaya), and looks at how he decides to deal with the… Read more.
AussieTheatre has two double passes to give away to Neil LaBute’s The Shape Of Things presented by RoundSquare Productions in Melbourne. Performed by Josh Blau, Emily Wheaton, Nick Brien and Steph Lillis, The Shape Of Things is a powerful play which bluntly asks; “How far would you go for love? What would you be willing to… Read more.
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 back in its observations of… 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.