The Fringe Hub has a new, informative feature this year: laminated signs marked to indicate that a performance contains certain types of scenes, such as those showing drug use, or strobe effects, or representations of death. Having seen Attic Erratic’s Tripped, an important advisory is missing: “Viewing this show may totally mess you up for your… Read more.
Mockingbird Theatre continue to give us memorable text-on-stage productions of the plays that we wish we’d seen the original productions of, and give performers the chance to play roles that they’ve dreamed of. At Theatre Works this week, they’re giving us The Judas Kiss: David Hare’s imagining of the behind-doors conversations in a hotel before Wilde’s… Read more.
In recent Fringes and festivals, Sarah Collins has brought us gorgeous tales about adorable misfits who never lose hope. Choir Girl is as achingly funny and beautifully written as Nothing Extraordinary Ever Happens in Toowoomba (Ever) and Donna and Damo, but it’s a much darker story about a woman lost in loneliness. Choir Girl Susan is alone in a house that’s too big… Read more.