Articles on ‘Mattea Davies’

Red Stitch: The Ritual Slaughter of Gorge Mastromas

Photo by Jodie Hutchinson

Dennis Kelly’s cautionary morality fable of corporate greed, corruption and an insatiable hunger for power at any cost, The Ritual Slaughter of Gorge Mastromas, is superbly executed in the first offering of Red Stitch Actors Theatre’s 2015 season. From the moment we are ushered into the space – a perfect cube of clinical whitewashed sterility,… Read more.

Ubu Roi is a mess

Ubu Roi is a mess. A filthy, mud-spluttered, cover-me-with-plastic glorious mess. Founded in late 2010, the 5Pound theatre ensemble are making their mark in Melbourne. Based at The Owl and the Pussycat in Richmond – once a single-front workers cottage – they present plays that they love, which have so far ranged from The Blue Room to Pygmalion.  Jason Director,… Read more.