Articles on ‘Seymour Centre’
AussieTheatre has two double passes to giveaway to Edward II at the Seymour Centre on Tuesday 6 October. From 1 to 17 October, Seymour Centre and Sport For Jove Theatre Company will present a contemporary take on Christopher Marlowe’s 1593 tragic masterpiece, Edward II. Shortly after his coronation, King Edward II obtains his lover Gaveston from exile, lavishing him with titles and riches…. Read more.
Sarah Gaul, one of Australia’s most exciting emerging comediennes, has taken her successful one-woman shows to Melbourne Comedy Festival, Melbourne Cabaret Festival, Adelaide Fringe Festival and Sydney Fringe Festival. Sarah won ‘Most Outstanding New Cabaret Work’ for her original piece Good Grief in the 2012 Melbourne Short and Sweet Cabaret. AussieTheatre.com caught up with Sarah… Read more.
AussieTheatre has two double passes to giveaway to What is the Matter with Mary Jane? at the Seymour Centre on Thursday 6 August. A one woman show, the production will explore the world of eating disorders telling the poignant personal story of the show’s director, Sancia Robinson. Co-written by Robinson and Wendy Harmer, What is the Matter with… Read more.
“A community in crisis leads to doubt,” the dinosaurs sing. And—they tell us—doubt leads to chaos. As the singing, dancing Triassic Parq community unravels, the dinosaurs’ doubts pile up. All the old certainties about gender, sex, love, faith and science suddenly seem like some kind of huge confidence trick. This musical presents the dinosaurs’ point… Read more.
Jay James-Moody really loves dinosaurs. He loves them so much that he and new spouse Jessica’s honeymoon included Hawaiian locations where Jurassic Park was shot. “My wife Jessica even imitated a raptor during the ceremony,” says the director of Squabbalogic’s new production Triassic Parq. “So I married the right woman.” James-Moody—in his role as artistic… Read more.
AussieTheatre has a double pass to giveaway to Triassic Parq at the Seymour Centre on Wednesday June 17. A wildly inventive musical,Triassic Parq revisits one of the biggest blockbuster films of all time (you know the one we mean), from a different perspective… the dinosaurs’. It’s your basic coming of age story, if you just replace the people… Read more.
AussieTheatre has two double passes to giveaway to Grounded at the Seymour Centre on Friday, May 1. Presented by Australia’s leading Ensemble theatre company Red Stitch, Grounded is the gripping story of a female fighter pilot striving to reconcile the tensions of an internal war and external battle. Directed by Kirsten von Bibra, the striking and intense production… 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.
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.
Australian music theatre icon and legendary leading lady Geraldine Turner will return to Sydney stages to star in the Theatre Divisions premiere production of Ruthless! the musical. Turner will play the role of Lita Encore alongside a cast to include Helpmann Award nominee and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels star Katrina Retallick. Though the pinnacle of her… Read more.