Attic Erratic’s The City They Burned is a re-telling of the Genesis story of Lot and his family. I remember learning about godly Lot at my Anglican school: Lot is told by God and his angels to get out of town, Lot’s selfish wife looks back at their town of Sodom and God turns her into a pillar… Read more.
Tell your story, tell our story or tell a story that means so much to you that it doesn’t matter whose it is. In Palace of the End, nice middle class, successful Canadian writer Judith Thompson tells stories about the wars in Iraq. She wasn’t there and her personal connection is living next door to an… Read more.
Lesbian vampires. Do I need to say more? Lesbian vampires in North Fitzroy. A play with lesbian vampires, set in North Fitzroy, performed in an empty North Melbourne (really Kensington) warehouse by MKA. What more could you want? And there is more. There’s Piedimontes (the greatest worst supermarket), Chopper, Vince Colosimo, 4WDs that have never been as… Read more.
I saw a lot of theatre last week, but there was only one show that left me excited about theatre. And there’s still time to see it! What haven’t I said about MKA? They consistently show new writing that makes me fall in love with plays all over again and they make it with creators… Read more.