La Mama Credentials Kayla Hamill with Matt Furlani - photo by Rachel Edward

Credentials

As part of La Mama’s 50th birthday programme, tonight (Tuesday 1 August) saw the premiere of David Williamson’s latest play, Credentials. Chrissie (Kayla Hamill) is a paramedic, whose boss, Stephen (Geoff Paine), has dis...
Matthew Mitcham Under the Covers - photo by John McRae

Matthew Mitcham Under The Covers

For Matthew Mitcham his ticket to fame was his physical prowess. Following a sporting career as a medal-winning junior trampolinist, he turned to diving. He reached the zenith of his sporting career, and won world-wide a...
Arts House Tales of an Afronaut wani Le Frere - photo by Ruth Ruach

Tales of an Afronaut

Tales of an Afronaut was an intimate work, lead by wani Le Frère, along with Nasa and Neil Morris. Driven mostly by a series of his own poems, wani takes the audacious step (in a short amount of time) of attempted to des...
Arts House Nástio Mosquito Respectable Thief

Respectable Thief

Respectable Thief is bombastic. We hear performer, Nástio Mosquito, before we see him, with a belligerent, Yes, Jesus Loves Me. He’s tucked behind a projection screen, his body held loose by a light so that his shadow pl...
Red Stitch Incognito Ben Prendergast and Kate Cole - photo by Teresa Noble Photography

Incognito

Travelling incognito requires hiding one’s identity. Avoiding scrutiny thus, the famous can have experiences outside of their usual sphere. The cost however is an inability to access one’s usual status or facilities. Red...
Theatre Works Frankenstein - photo by Sarah Walker

Frankenstein

Don’t Look Away’s production of Frankenstein doesn’t break the fourth wall, but its seams are certainly showing. Clever without being smug, it’s a self aware text; a theatrical work that knows it’s a theatrical work, all...
Arts House PYT Fairfield Tribunal Rhonda Dixon-Grovenor

Tribunal

Tribunal, is a lovely example of creative non-fiction as performance art. There are many wonderful moments of craft, storytelling, and other theatrics, but the engine behind all of those are a series of truths about the ...
The Street Theatre Constellations AAR review

Constellations

Nick Payne’s intriguing two-hander, first saw the light of day in London in 2011. Since then it has been performed on the West End and on Broadway, but this production at The Street Theatre is its first outing for Canber...